Menno Simons, the Radical Reformation
The Radical Reformation is a term to describe the groups of religious innovators who remained in neither the Roman Catholic nor mainline Protestant churches. Radical reformers lived outside the established order. Many of them accepted exile, torture, and capital punishment for their views. Radical reformers often took Protestant teachings to their logical conclusion putting them at odds even among Protestant reformers. For instance, many Protestant reformers were unwilling to go far enough on the concept of the “believer’s church” as evidenced by their willingness to continue baptizing infants. However, most of the Radical groups practiced baptism for believer’s only.
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