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The term anabaptist was used to describe and define certain Christians during the Reformation.

They rejected infant baptism. Since many had been baptized as infants, they chose rebaptism as believing adults.

So their enemies called them anabaptists -- "re-baptizers."

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Historically, faithful Anabaptists have stood firmly and unapologetically for practical . . .
  • application of Scripture to real life
  • discipleship
  • community and accountability
  • love and nonresistance
  • simplicity of life
  • nonconformity to the world
  • separation to God from the world
    and against Christian involvement in/with . . .
  • infant baptism
  • military service
  • public office
  • oaths
  • jury duty
  • homosexual behavior
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