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|1. 09212009 - Amish Marriage Survival Tips |
And my grandfather was an Old Order German Baptist brethren, which is also called the dunkards. And they're Anabaptist; they're the same tradition from church history.
|2. Old German Baptist Brethren - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia |
Other names by which they are sometimes identified are Dunkers, dunkards, Tunkers, and T ufer, all relating to their practice of baptism by immersion.
|3. Peace Corps Online May 24, 2000 Headlines COS - Togo Snugli |
The dunkards practice a faith similar to the Amish and other plain clothes people. Early on, she learned about the importance of community, thinking in innovative ways, and
|4. Brethren, Dunkers, Dunkards |
Several articles on Brethren, Dunkers. A source of information for deeper understanding of religious subjects.
|5. February 19 Alexander Mack; Christian History Institute |
Because of their views on baptism, these brethren became known by such names as dunkards, Tunkards, and Old Baptists. Mack insisted that followers of Christ must count the cost.
|6. The Fascinating Dunkards |
The fascinating dunkards. Some years ago I was speaking at a Hon family reunion and unwittingly electrified my audience by making the statement that all the early Hons
|7. THE TRAIN ON ITS JOURNEY. - Dunkards In Pennsylvania Remain Awake |
HARRISBURG, Penn., Sept. 17, (On Board the Funeral Train.) Leaving Washington the long, winding train bearing the body of the martyred President plunged out into the dark night
|8. Dunkards Free Encyclopedia Articles At Questia.com Online Library |
Research dunkards and other related topics by using the free encyclopedia at the Questia.com online library.
|9. Early History Of Preston County |
order located at Ephrata, Pennsylvania, west of Philadelphia, that did not approve of violence, war, or military service (their order was often referred to as the dunkards, an
|10. Carroll County Times Article For 24 January 1999 |
After them came the member of the sect known as dunkards (now called the Church of the Brethren) from Germany, and later on the ScotchIrish Protestants, or Presbyterians
|11. Brethern, Schwenkfelders And Other Plain People |
The Brethren, The Schwenkfelders, and Other Plain People The Brethren, or dunkards, are the last important group of plain people, Although they prefer to call themselves the
|12. Brethren Definition From Answers.com |
Brethren, German Baptist religious group. They were popularly known as dunkards, Dunkers, or Tunkers, from the German for to dip, referring to their method of baptizing. The
|13. Dunkards — Infoplease.com |
More on dunkards from Infoplease Brethren Brethren Brethren, German Baptist religious group. They were popularly known as dunkards, Dunkers, Johann Conrad Beissel - Beissel
|14. Conscientious Objectors In The Civil War |
But the revised Confederate Exemption Act of Oct. 1862 included a national solution, exempting Quakers, Nazarenes, Mennonites, and dunkards, provided they furnished
|15. DUNKARDS BOTTOM (MAHANIAM) |
One of the early settlements in the valley along the west bank of New River was Mahaniam, meaning two camps , in what is now Pulaski County and now lies beneath the waters of
|16. Claytor Lake State Park - Dublin, VA - State/Provincial Parks On |
A mystic German sect called the Ephrata Brethren—later to be known as dunkards—decided the land now covered by Claytor Lake was the place they wanted to stop.
|17. Re A History..written By Miles Blake Saxton 1954 |
William started a church in Massachusetts called the Quaker Church, of which there are several branches today; The dunkards, Mennonites, and others.
|18. Dunkards - Definition And More From The Free Merriam-Webster |
Definition of word from the MerriamWebster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
|19. Dunkards - Definition Of Dunkards At YourDictionary.com |
a sect of GermanAmerican Baptists opposed to military service and the taking of oaths
|20. Dunkards Definition Of Dunkards In The Free Online Encyclopedia. |
dunkards see Brethren Brethren, German Baptist religious group. They were popularly known as dunkards, Dunkers, or Tunkers, from the German for to dip, referring to their method of
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