Origin of Anabaptist
OTHER WORDS FROM AnabaptistAn·a·bap·tism, nounAn·a·bap·tis·ti·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use Anabaptist in a sentence
It is directly from them that the Anabaptist movement of history dates its origin.German Culture Past and Present|Ernest Belfort Bax
The reformers were not tolerant; for a woman was burnt for Arianism in 1550 and a male Anabaptist in 1551.
He may have been engaged on his “Answer” to the “blasphemous cavillations” of an Anabaptist, his treatise on Predestination.
The Anabaptist whom Knox is discussing had been personally known to him, and had lucid intervals.
Thousands would go to see a Quaker hanged that would be indifferent to the fate of a Presbyterian or an Anabaptist.