This book argues that sixteenth-century Anabaptism showed evidence of a communal and dialogical modality of biblical interpretation and preaching in its beliefs and practices. These practices included openness to affirmation and correction, a dialogical process of communal discipline, communal consensus, collaborative biblical interpretation, informal charismatic worship, and interaction in worship and preaching.
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Leo Hartshorn is Minister of Peace and Justice with the Mennonite Mission Network of Mennonite Church USA and Adjunct Professor at Lancaster Theological Seminary.Review:
"The author's ability to synthesize and integrate values and insights from radically different domains is the book's primary virtue... a wonderfully nuanced contribution to contemporary reflection on preaching, worship more generally, and even the very nature of the church..." - Professor Lee C. Barrett, Lancaster Theological Seminary"
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