3 responses to Who were the Anabaptists?
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    Comment on Who were the Anabaptists? (April 9th, 2011 at 12:32)

    Were Quakers also considered anabaptists?

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    Comment on Quakers Anabaptists? (April 10th, 2011 at 06:35)

    Quakers Anabaptists?

    Hi Sydney, Quakers were a separate movement from the Anabaptists. Like Amish and other Anabaptists, they have traditionally been considered a peace church (believing in non-resistance).

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    Mark FitzGerald
    Comment on Quakers Anabaptists (September 25th, 2015 at 12:38)

    Quakers Anabaptists

    Not to contradict, but Quakers do not believe in non-resistance. They are pacifists. The two are not the same. Non-resistance covers one’s entire life choices while pacifism is confined to war and peace issues. Pacifism also usually includes political action such as non-violent resistance. Non-resistance precludes any political activity.

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