swiss amish

Who are the Andy Weaver Amish?-The Andy Weaver Amish are an affiliation found primarily in Holmes County in Ohio.  A look at the origin of this group, their approach to technology, youth retention rate, and so o

What’s the difference between Beachy Amish and Old Order Amish?-Comparison of differences and similarities between Beachy and Old Order Amish, origin of the Beachy Amish, Beachy beliefs and approach to technology

How many types of Amish are there?-Outlines differences between various Amish groups;  examines how Amish communities are organized; discusses the concept of dien or being in fellowship, exchanging ministers, shunning, and the Ordnung

Who are the Hutterites?

What’s the difference between Amish and Mennonites?-Diversity in the Amish and Mennonite world; similarities with Old Order Mennonites; Amish cooperation with Mennonites; “higher” Mennonite churches

Who are the Old Colony Mennonites?

Who are the Old Order (Team) Mennonites?

Who are the Nebraska Amish?

What’s the difference between New Order and Old Order Amish?-Discusses similarities and differences in technology use, retention rate, beliefs on assurance of salvation, Sunday school, mission work, and other topics; Origin of the New Order Amish; where New Order Amish live

Who are the Swartzentruber Amish?-Discussion of origin, customs, beliefs, technology, occupations, approach to health care, and other topics related to the conservative Swartzentruber Amish; where Swartzentruber Amish liv

Who are the Swiss Amish?-Origin, cultural practice, open buggies, cemeteries and other topics related to the Swiss Amish; where Swiss Amish communities are found

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