Anabaptist Identity


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Jul 2016
**Reminder** — Free Lecture — Dr. Paul Martens: "Neo-Anabaptism is Dead; Long Live Neo-Anabaptism"

Dr. Paul Martens, Associate Professor of Religion (Ethics) at Baylor University, will give a free public lecture at the Menno Simons Centre, Vancouver, BC, entitled “Neo-Anabaptism is Dead; Long Live Neo-Anabaptism.” Paul has co-edited several collections of John Howard Yoder’s writings and published The Heterodox Yoder (2012). His primary area of interest is the intersection of religion and morality and, to that end, he has also written on a range of topics including Kierkegaard’s ethics, nonviolence and natural law, Metallica’s moral universe, and Iris Murdoch’s The Black Prince. Location: Menno Simons Centre, 4000......

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Jun 2016
Free Lecture — Dr. Paul Martens: "Neo-Anabaptism is Dead; Long Live Neo-Anabaptism"

Dr. Paul Martens, Associate Professor of Religion (Ethics) at Baylor University, will give a free public lecture at the Menno Simons Centre, Vancouver, BC, entitled “Neo-Anabaptism is Dead; Long Live Neo-Anabaptism.” Paul has co-edited several collections of John Howard Yoder’s writings and published The Heterodox Yoder (2012). His primary area of interest is the intersection of religion and morality and, to that end, he has also written on a range of topics including Kierkegaard’s ethics, nonviolence and natural law, Metallica’s moral universe, and Iris Murdoch’s The Black Prince. Location: Menno Simons Centre, 4000......

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27
Jun 2016

Our conversation today is with blogger and writer, Benjamin Corey. Ben’s popular blog, “Formerly Fundie,” is part of the progressive Christian channel on patheos.com. Ben self-identifies as an Anabaptist, and he brings that perspective to critique many of the social and theological norms which are part of the mainstream, cultural, and largely American Evangelicalism. During our conversation, Ben talked about a number of things, including his move out of fundamentalism, how to read the Bible as a post-Evangelical, and what it’s meant for him to take the life of Jesus seriously as......

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12
Nov 2014
Humanitas Centre launch

LANGLEY, B.C. Trinity Western University (TWU) is now home to something new – the first university based research centre to study the integration of faith and learning from an Anabaptist-Mennonite perspective. More than a hundred guests gathered on the Langley, B.C., campus on Oct. 24, 2014, to celebrate the creation of the Anabaptist-Mennonite Centre for Faith and Learning. The centre, more than three years in the planning, was the dream of the Mennonite Faith and Learning Society, formed to foster teaching and research on Anabaptist and Mennonite history, practice and values. The first director......

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24
Oct 2014
Faith and Learning for the Intellectually Disenfranchised

Friday, October 24, 2014 marked the launch of Trinity Western University’s Anabaptist-Mennonite Centre for Faith and Learning (A-MCFL). An initiative of the Mennonite Faith and Learning Society (MFLS), a non-profit society that promotes Mennonite studies in higher education through the establishment of chairs and research centres at Canadian universities, the Centre will be a strong point of connection between the University and the Lower Mainland’s strong, vibrant Anabaptist-Mennonite faith community. “The Anabaptist Mennonite Centre for Faith and Learning will have a high impact on TWU students and Mennonite students,” said Director and Associate Professor......

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