Monday, January 21, 2008

Happy AnaBaptists Day!

My lovely wife spotted this article this morning on Wikipedia's "On this day" section.
"1525 – The Anabaptist Movement was born when founders Conrad Grebel, Felix Manz, and George Blaurock re-baptized each other and other followers in Zürich, Switzerland, believing that the Christian religious practice of infant baptism is invalid because a child cannot commit to a religious faith."

We've been reviewing these guys for the last couple of weeks so it seemed appropriate to give a shout-out to them on the anniversary of their beginning! We're indebted to your legacy Conrad, Felix and George!

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