Were the Anabaptists victims?
Who’s really to blame for the murder and mayhem and the deaths of close to 100,000 people?
Were the Anabaptists just trying to worship peacefully, in their own way, in the privacy of their own homes? Or were they radicals bent on overthrowing the status quo and imposing their brand of religion onto society?
There are documents supporting both sides, are there not?
Then who can we trust for the more accurate picture of the Anabaptists in 16th century Germany?
If the Anabaptists had won the day, would Christianity have survived?
I appreciate any insights and comments you might have.
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