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  • S7526k271?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
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    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
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    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
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    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
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    Creator: Erb, Paul
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975 . Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
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    Creator: Erb, Paul
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975 . Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Mw22vc659?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Erb, Paul
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975 . Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
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    Creator: Erb, Paul
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975 . Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
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    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Bv73c642v?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975 . Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 8336h809b?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975 . Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Bg257m51m?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975 . Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 5x21tn195?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1966
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 8s45qg97k?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1966
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Ww72bj39x?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Ws859n951?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 1z40m051z?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1886
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Qn59q977w?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1887
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • M613n480k?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1888
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • J098zj320?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 3b591g47h?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 794084331?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 5q47rv73g?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Jm214w120?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 6h441014q?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 5x21tn216?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 3r075206h?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Gm80j271p?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Qj72pf55j?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • V979v863p?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Dr26z440k?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Nz806549x?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1905
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • W3763d78j?file=thumbnail
    Date: 2010
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes
  • Gx41mq54n?file=thumbnail
    Date: 2011
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes
  • Tt44pt87q?file=thumbnail
    Date: 2013
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes
  • Dn39x7478?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1924
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Tm70n258w?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1925
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 1j92gf27v?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1927
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 2801pp46z?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1926
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Pk02ch471?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1987
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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    Creator: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Date: 2013
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: INSIDE THIS ISSUE Affirmation for gifts leads to ministry AMBS notes Alumni news notes Getting acquainted Apply now to complete your AMBS degree Invitation to volunteer
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    Creator: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Date: 2017
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: This is the annual report of Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (Elkhart, Indiana, USA) for the 2016-2017 year. It includes photos, a financial report, and statistics.
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    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: "A pamphlet series for questions of Christian renewal."
  • X059cf211?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Introduction / Marlin E. Miller -- How Mennonites have done and should do theology / Marlin Jeschke -- Perspectives on a Mennonite theology / J. Denny Weaver -- Is "systematic theology" possible from a Mennonite perspective? / Thomas Finger -- Mennonite systematic theology and the problem of comprehensiveness / A. James Reimer -- The mission of theology / Howard John Loewen.
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    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
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    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 4x51hq80h?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • W6634944z?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • S7526k289?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Nv935916b?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Q811kr49f?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975 . Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Ng451q27n?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975 . Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Fx719s98v?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1948
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 73666b43s?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 41687r159?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975 . Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Vd66w611c?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975 . Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 9c67wt89h?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 6969z677c?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Rb68xj89j?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Mc87px252?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.) was the primary weekly publication of the Mennonite Church for 90 years. It was formed in 1908 by the union of the Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) and the Herald of Truth (Elkhart, Ind.). It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Erb, Paul and Sam Steiner. "Gospel Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2011. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Gospel_Herald_(Periodical)&oldid=122975. Digitization of Gospel Herald is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. MennoMedia, copyright owner for all copyrighted content, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from MennoMedia before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 9p290h05m?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1893
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • J96026809?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1895
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Gx41mq53c?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1894
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Vx021m988?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1896
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Vq27zt82r?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Rr172397d?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 6d5703692?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • H702qc72d?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Z603r460v?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Qj72pf548?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Sx61dt27v?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 2514ns70s?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 7p88cp01v?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 3b591g48s?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • D791sp18h?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Qj72pf56t?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1998
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes
  • 8910k1382?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1910
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 0v838629j?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1909
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
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    Date: 1911
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Qr46r6706?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1908
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • 3t945x957?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1950
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: The Mennonite (Quakertown, Pa., Berne, Ind., and North Newton, Kan.) was the official weekly English language publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church. It was formed in 1885. In 1934-35, it was published jointly as a biweekly with the Christian Evangel of the Central Conference of Mennonites. It ceased publication in 1998, in preparation for the merger of the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite Church, which resulted in the establishment of Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada. It was immediately succeeded by a new publication, also called The Mennonite, that is the current publication of the Mennonite Church USA. See Smucker, J. N. and Maynard Shelley. "Mennonite, The (1885-1998) (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 4 Dec 2014.  http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Mennonite,_The_(1885-1998)_(Periodical)&oldid=123180. Digitization of The Mennonite is sponsored by Anabaptist Mennonite Digital Collaborative, a partnership among Mennonite libraries and archives, with major support from the Schowalter Foundation. The Mennonite, copyright owner for all copyrighted content in this collection, provided permission for free online access; please seek permission from The Mennonite before utilizing copyrighted materials for commercial purposes.
  • Qj72pf58c?file=thumbnail
    Contributing Institution: Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
    Description: Recovering, rethinking, and re-imagining: issues in a Mennonite theology for Christian ministry / John A. Esau -- Helping dreams come true: towards wholeness-articulating the vision / Erick Sawatzky -- Ministerial status and the theology of ministry / Rodney J. Sawatsky -- Inner call/inner ambivalence: conflicting messages in a fragile conversation / Renee Sauder -- Some reflections on pastoral ministry and pastoral education / Marlin E. Miller -- The mutuality of ministry: a dialogue with Mark / Lydia Neufeld Harder -- Clarifying the pastoral role "on the fly": the praxis of pastoral ministry / Duane Beck -- Re-institutionalizing the pastorate: a proposal for attracting more able candidates to pastoral ministry in two Mennonite denominations / Ardean L. Goertzen -- An emerging theology of ministry: incarnational presence / Marcus Smucker -- The credibility of leadership / George R. Brunk III.