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Radical Reformation/Anabaptist studies: Primary and secondary sources

Tracing the story

Depending on your research interests in Anabaptist studies, you may require in depth familiarity with the historical origins of the movement.

The links and resources provided on this page include a range of primary and secondary material useful for tracing the theological and social development of the Anabaptists. Web links include sites that contain many first generation documents of ecclesiastical import, including early Anabaptist confessions.

The list of historical surveys of Anabaptism and the Mennonites on this page provide comprehensive introduction to 16th century Anabaptist origins and early development. 

Websites with primary source content

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Secondary sources: Historical Introductions

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