Bibliography of Anabaptist Materials (16th Century)
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This bibliography does not presume to be exhaustive. It contains material gleaned from general bibliographies, gathered from other works, and pulled from the shelves of the Mennonite Historical Library. A "G" following a citation indicates that the work is available in the MHL; call numbers have been included where available. An asterisk means that the MHL has a photocopy. The works cited may be in the MHL, even if this bibliography does not indicate it.


A second section contains several documents which have been translated into Spanish. As researchers find more translated documents, whether in English or in Spanish, this bibliography can be updated.

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    Adler, Clemens. "Concerning Temporal Goods." In Peter James Klassen, The Economics of Anabaptism, 1525-1560, 123-25. Studies in European History, vol. 3. The Hague: Mouton & Co., 1964. M 284.3 K662e 1964


    Anabaptism in Outline: Selected Primary Sources. Edited by Walter Klaassen. Classics of the Radical Reformation. Kitchener, Ont.: Herald Press, 1981. M 230.43 An532

    Excerpts from many Anabaptist writers, arranged by topic, each section with an introduction.


    Anabaptist Letters from 1635 to 1645. 3d rev. ed. Translated from the Ausbund by John E. Kauffman. Atglen, Pa.: Privately printed by John E. Kauffman, 1977. M 284.3 Au7a 1985

    Several editions available in MHL. Some confusion among edition numbers and publication dates.


    Anneken of Rotterdam. "Letter to David Joris." In Martyrology, vol. 1, 204-207.


    Anneken of Rotterdam. "Testament to Her Son Isaiah." In Martyrology, vol. 1, 196-201.


    "An Anonymous Anabaptist Pamphlet (circa 1530): Disclosure of the Babylonian Harlot and Antichrists's Old and New Mystery and Abomination. etc." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 155-63. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an

    English translation of the document in MQR 32 (1958): 34-47. Some portions abridged.


    [Anonymous?]. Friedmann, Robert. "Concerning a True Soldier of Christ." ME I: 664-65.


    [Anonymous?]. Friedmann, Robert. "Concerning the True Soldier of Christ." MQR 5 (1931): 87-99.


    [Anonymous?]. Gross, Leonard. "A Hitherto Unknown Contemporary Writing Against the Anabaptists, 1583." Document in German, with English translation by Elizabeth Bender. MQR 50 (1976): 298-99.


    [Anonymous?]. Hillerbrand, Hans J. "An Early Anabaptist Treatise on the Christian and the State." MQR 32 (1958): 28-47.


    [Anonymous?]. Schad, Elias. "True Account of an Anabaptist Meeting at Night in a Forest and a Debate Held There with Them." Translated by Elizabeth Bender. MQR 58 (1984): 292-95.


    "Answer of Some Who Are Called (Ana)Baptists Why They Do Not Attend the Churches: A Swiss brethren Tract." Translated by Shem Peachey and Paul Peachey, edited by Paul Peachey. MQR 45 (1971): 5-32.


    Bicknoll, Edmund. A Svvorde agaynst swearyng, conteyning these principall poyntes. I That there is a lawful vse of an oath, contrary to the assertion of the Menichees & Anabaptistes.... London, 1577. 47p.


    Blaurock, George. "The Beginnings of the Anabaptist Reformation, Reminiscences of George Blaurock: An Excerpt from the Hutterite Chronicle (1525)." In Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers: Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation, edited by George H. Williams, 41-46. The Library of Christian Classics, vol. 25. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1957. M 270.6 W67s 1957

    Also in a second printing, Library of Christian Classics: Ichthus Edition. 1977. M 270.6 W67s 1977


    Braght, T. J. v. A Martyrology of the churches of Christ, commonly called Baptists, during the Era of the Reformation, 2 vols. Translated from the Dutch. Edited by E. B. Underhill. London, 1850-53. M 272 B73mEv 1850-1853


    Braght, T. J. v. The bloody theatre, or Martyrs mirror of the defenseless Christians.... Lampeter Square, Pa., 1837. Mr 272 B73bEr 1837

    Also Elkhart, Ind., 1886. Mr 272 B73bEr 1886

    Also Scottdale, Pa., 1938. Mr 272 B73bEr 1938

    Also Scottdale, Pa., 1951. Mq 272 B73bEs 1951

    Several more recent printings: M 272 B73bEs 19**


    Brandhuber, Wolfgang. "An Open Letter from Wolfgang Brandhuber to the Church in Rattenberg." In Peter James Klassen, The Economics of Anabaptism, 1525-1560, 128-33. Studies in European History, vol. 3. The Hague: Mouton & Co., 1964. M 284.3 K662e 1964


    Brandhuber, Wolfgang. "Writings on Baptism and Church Order." n.p., n.d. [c. 1528]. In Hanserd Knollys Soc. Publications 6: 113.


    Brenz, Johannes. "Exposition in Seventy-Two Sermons...of the Last Eleven Chapters of the Gospel According to St. John." Translated by Dieter de Lazzer and Elizabeth Bender. MQR 44 (1970); 192-98.

    Portion relating to Anabaptists.


    [Brenz, Johannes]. Brecht, Martin. "A Statement by Johannes Brenz on the Anabaptists." Translated by Elizabeth Bender. MQR 44 (1970): 192-198.


    Brez, Guy de. Rise, Spring, and Foundation of the Anabaptists.... Cambridge, Mass., 1668. Originally published in French, n.p., 1565.]


    Bullinger, Heinrich. A most necessary and fruteful Dialogue, betweene ye Seditious Libertin or rebel Anabaptist, and the true obedient Christian etc. Worcester, 1551. G*


    Bullinger, Heinrich. A most sure and strong defence of the baptisme of children, against ye pestiferous secte of the Anabaptystes etc. [London], 1551. G*


    Bullinger, Heinrich. A treatise or Sermon...concernynge Magistrates and obedience of subiectes. Also concernyng the affayres of warre, and what scryptures make mencion thereof. London, 1549. 55p.


    Bullinger, Heinrich. An Holesome Antidotus or Counterpoysen agaynst the pestylent heresye and secte of the Anabaptistes etc. [London, 1548]. 248p. G*


    Bullinger, Heinrich. Fiftie godlie and learned sermons, diuided into five decades conteyning the chiefe and principall pointes of Christian Religion. London, 1577. 1142p.

    Also: London, 1587. G*


    Bünderlin, Johannes. "The Reason Why God Descended and Became Man in Christ, Through Whom, and How, He Atoned for and Restored Man's Fall and Man Himself Through The Messiah Whom He Sent." Translated and edited by Claude R. Foster, Jr. and Wilhelm Jerosch. MQR 42 (1968): 260-84.


    [Butzer, Martin]. Littell, Franklin H. "What Butzer Debated With the Anabaptists at Marburg: A Document of 1538." MQR 36 (1962): 256-76.


    B[ale?], I[ohn]. A bryefe and plaine declaracion of certayne sentences in this litle boke folowing to satisfie the consciences of them that have iudged me thereby to be a fauourer of the Anabaptists etc. n.p., 1547.


    Calvin, John. "A Brief Instruction for Arming All the Good Faithful Against the Errors of the Common Sect of the Anabaptists." In John Calvin: Treatises Against the Anabaptists and Against the Libertines, edited and translated by Benjamin Wirt Farley, 36-158. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Book House, 1982. M 230.42 C13t


    Calvin, John. A Short Instruction for to Arme All Good Christian People Agaynst the Pestiferous Erreurs of the Common Secte of Anabaptistes. Imprinted by Jhon Daye and W. Beres. London, 1549.

    Also 1569, 85p. G*


    Certeyn Persones Apprehended for the Booke of Anabaptist Confession." In Irvin Buckwalter Horst, The Radical Brethren: Anabaptism and the English Reformation to 1558, 183-84. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 2. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1972. M 284.342 H78r


    [Cologne]. Hege, Chr[istian]. "Concept of Cologne." ME I: 663-64.

    Also in ML II: 545-47.


    "Confession of Faith of the Brethren Taken as Captives to Trieste." In Peter James Klassen, The Economics of Anabaptism, 1525-1560, 126-27. Studies in European History, vol. 3. The Hague: Mouton & Co., 1964. M 284.3 K662e 1964


    "Confession of the Swiss Brethren In Hesse, 1578." Edited by Theodor Sippell. MQR 23 (1949): 22-34.


    Cooche, Robert. "The Confutation of the Errors of the Careless by Necessity (c. 1557)." In Baptist Historical Society, Transactions 4 (1915): 88.


    Cotsford, Thomas. An Epistle written to a good Lady for the comfort of a frende of hers, wherin the Nouations erroure now reuiued by the Anabaptistes is confuted, and the synne agaynste the holy Ghoste playnly declared. London, 1555.


    [Czechowic, Marcin]. Brock, Peter. "A Polish Anabaptist Against War: The Question of Conscientious Objection in Marcin Czechowic's Christian Dialogues of 1575." Edited and translated by Peter Brock. MQR 52 (1978): 279-93.


    Denck, Hans. "Confession to the City Council of Nuremberg (1524)." In Frederick L. Weis, The Life, Teachings and Works of Johannes Denck, 23-25. Strassburg, 1924. M B D41w


    Denck, Hans. "Hans Denck's Recantation (1527)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 131-37. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an


    Denck, Hans. "Letter to Augsburg Council (1526)." In Frederick L. Weis, The Life, Teachings and Works of Johannes Denck, 23-25. Strassburg, 1924. M B D41w


    Denck, Hans. "Whether God Is the Cause of Evil (1526)." In Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers: Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation, edited by George H. Williams, 88-111. The Library of Christian Classics, vol. 25. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1957. M 270.6 W67s 1957

    Also in a second printing, Library of Christian Classics: Ichthus Edition. 1977. M 270.6 W67s 1977


    Denck, Hans. Wer die warhait warlich lieb hat, mag sich hierin(n) bruefen im erkandtnuss seynes glaubens auf das sich nyemandt in jm selbs erhebe. Sonder wisse von wem man weisshait bitte(n) vnd empfahen soll. Die forcht Gottes ist ain anfang der weysshait. English translation. [Typescript copy in Andover-Harvard Theological Library.]

    Who really loves the truth may herein examine himself in the knowledge of his faith, so that no one exalt (in) himself, but rather know from whom one should request and receive wisdom. The fear of God is a beginning of wisdom.


    Denck, Hans. Writings: Brief excerpts from various works. In Harry E. Fosdick, Great Voices of the Reformation, 300-302. New York, 1952. M 270.6 F78


    Dirks, Elizabeth, the Beguine. Letters of. In Martyrology, vol. 1, 294-98.


    Dordrecht Confession of Faith. Reprinted in J. C. Wenger, Glimpses of Mennonite History, 215-16. Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press, 1947.


    [Dordrecht]. Studer, Gerald C. "The Dordrecht Confession of Faith, 1632-1982." MQR 58 (1984): 503-19.


    "An Early Anabaptist Tract on Hermeneutics." Edited and translated by J. C. Wenger. MQR 42 (1968): 26-44.


    Ehrenpreis, Andreas, and Claus Felbinger. Brotherly Community; The Highest Command of Love: Two Anabaptist Documents of 1650 and 1560. Rifton, NY: Plough Publishing House. M 230.97H9 Eh8b


    "Emden Diputation (1578)." In Great Debates of the Reformation, edited by Donald J. Ziegler, 327-58. New York: Random House, 1969. M 270.6 Zi6g

    Disputation between Calvinists and Anabaptists of the Emden congregation (principally Flemish refugees).


    "An English Episcopal Draft Article Against the Anabaptists, 1536." Edited by Alan Kreider. MQR 49 (1975): 38-42.


    Felbinger, Claus, and Andreas Ehrenpreis. Brotherly Community; The Highest Command of Love: Two Anabaptist Documents of 1650 and 1560. Rifton, NY: Plough Publishing House. M 230.97H9 Eh8b


    [Felbinger, Claus]. Friedmann, Robert. "Claus Felbinger's Confession of 1560." MQR 29 (1955): 141-61; addenda, MQR 30 (1956): 78.


    Fosdick, Harry E. Great Voices of the Reformation, an Anthology. New York, [1952]. xxx, 546p. M 270.6 F78

    Includes a section on Anabaptism.


    Franck, Sebastian. "A Letter to John Campanus (1531)." In Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers: Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation, edited by George H. Williams, 147-160. The Library of Christian Classics, vol. 25. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1957. M 270.6 W67s 1957

    Also in a second printing, Library of Christian Classics: Ichthus Edition. 1977. M 270.6 W67s 1977


    Franck, Sebastian. 280 Paradoxes or Wondrous Sayings. Translated and introduced by E. J. Furcha. Texts and Studies in Religion, vol. 26. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1986. M 189.5 F84pEf 1986


    Franck, Sebastian. The Forbidden Fruit (1534). [London]: under pseudonym A. Eleutherius, 1640.

    Also London: by T. P. and M. S. for Benjamine Allen, 1642.


    [Franck, Sebastian?]. Waite, Gary K. "A Recent Consultation of Lucifer: A Previously Unkonwn Work by Sebastian Franck?" MQR 58 (1984): 477-502.


    [Frankenthal]. Yoder, Jesse. "The Frankenthal Debate with the Anabaptists in 1571: Purpose, Procedure, Participants." MQR 36 (1962): 14-35.


    Frankenthal]. Yoder, Jesse. "The Frankenthal Disputation: Part II. Outcome, Issues, Debating Methods." MQR 36 (1962): 116-46.


    Friedmann, Robert. "Devotional Literature." ME II: 46-49.


    Friedmann, Robert. "Doctrinal Writings of the Anabaptists." ME II: 77-79.


    Friedmann, Robert. "Epistles, Anabaptist." ME II: 230-33.


    Friedmann, Robert. "Reason and Obedience." ME IV: 258-59.


    Friedmann, Robert. "Reason and Obedience." MQR 19 (1945): 27-40.


    [Grebel, Conrad]. "Conrad Grebel to Dr. Joachim von Watt (October, 1524)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 41-42. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an


    Grebel, Conrad. Conrad Grebel's Programmatic Letter of 1524. Translated by Walter Rauschenbusch, American Journal of Theology 9/1 (January 1905): 91-99; revised by J. C. Wenger, 1962. M 262.7 G79crw


    Grebel, Conrad. Conrad Grebel's Programmatic Letters of 1524. Transcribed and translated by J. C. Wenger. Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press, 1970. M 262.7 G79c

    With facsimiles of the original German script of Grebel's letters.


    Grebel, Conrad. Epistolae Grebelianae. Translated by Edward Yoder. Typescript in MHL; excerpts in Harold Bender, Conrad Grebel, 281-282, 288-293. M B G79y


    Grebel, Conrad. "The Grebel Letters (December, 1523 and September, 1524)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 27-30. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an


    Grebel, Conrad. "Letter to Andreas Castelberger (May 1525)." MQR 1 (1927): 41-53.


    Grebel, Conrad. "Letter to Vadian (May 30, 1525)." In J. C. Wenger, Glimpses of Mennonite History and Doctrine, 2d ed., 202-203. Scottdale, Pa., 1947. M 289.7 W28g


    Grebel, Conrad. "Letter to Zwingli (Sept. 8, 1517)." Translated and edited by Edward Yoder. Goshen College Record 27 (1926): 33-37.


    Grebel, Conrad, (and Friends). "Letters to Thomas Müntzer (1524)." In Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers: Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation, edited by George H. Williams, 73-85. The Library of Christian Classics, vol. 25. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1957. M 270.6 W67s 1957

    Also in a second printing, Library of Christian Classics: Ichthus Edition. 1977. M 270.6 W67s 1977


    Grebel, Conrad. "Nine Letters of Conrad Grebel." Edited, with a translation and notes by Edward Yoder. MQR 2 (1928): 229-259.


    Grebel, Conrad. "On Baptism (1526)." Translated by S. Jackson and assembled in Harold Bender, Conrad Grebel, 294-96. M B G79b

    As recoverable from Zwingli's Elenchus.


    Grebel, Conrad. Poem (1521). In Harold Bender, Conrad Grebel, 281. Goshen, Ind., 1951. M B G79b


    Grebel, Conrad. Poem (1521). In The Latin Works and the Correspondence of Huldreich Zwingli, vol. 1, edited by Samuel Macauley Jackson, 292. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1912. M 230 Z9 v.1


    Grebel, Conrad. The Sources of Swiss Anabaptism: The Grebel Letters and Related Documents. Edited by Leland Harder. Classics of the Radical Reformation. Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press, 1985. M 284.3494 S724

    With an epilogue of related decrees, court proceedings, and martyr statements from after Grebel's death.


    Grebel, Conrad. "Testimony Before the Zurich Court (November 1525)." In Harold Bender, Conrad Grebel, 293. Goshen, 1950. M B G79b


    "The Hausbuch of Neumühl, 1558-1610, the Oldest Land Register of the Hutterian Brethren." Edited by Adolf Mais, Translated by Elizabeth Bender. MQR 48 (1974): 215-36.


    Haetzer, Ludwig. "Hymn of 1529." Trans. by Frederick L. Weis, The Life of Ludwig Hetzer (Dorchester, MS, 1930), 207-210.

    Haetzer, Ludwig. "The Second Zürich Disputation (October, 1523)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 15-22. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an


    [Haetzer, Ludwig]. "Second Zurich Disputation (1523)." In Great Debates of the Reformation, edited by Donald J. Ziegler, 35-70. New York: Random House, 1969. M 270.6 Zi6g


    [Haetzer, Ludwig]. Garside, Charles, Jr. "Ludwig Haetzer's Pamphlet Against Images: A Critical Study." MQR 34 (1960): 20-36.


    [Haetzer, Ludwig]. Martyrdom. In Martyrology, vol. 1, 97-100.


    Hege, Christian. "Judicium." ME III: 125.

    Also in ML II: 440.


    [Helm, Joachim]. Klassen, William. "Joachim Helm's Letter Concerning Anabaptists." MQR 33 (1959): 347-48.


    Hofmann, Melchior. "The Ordinance of God (1530)." In Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers: Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation, edited by George H. Williams, 184-203. The Library of Christian Classics, vol. 25. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1957. M 270.6 W67s 1957

    Also in a second printing, Library of Christian Classics: Ichthus Edition. 1977. M 270.6 W67s 1977


    [Hofmann, Melchior]. Stayer, James M. "Melchior Hofmann and the Sword." MQR 45 (1971): 265-77.

    Includes "Melchior Hofmann's Preserved Statements on the Worldly Sword in Original Text and Translation."


    Hooper, John. A Lesson of the Incarnation of Christe that he toke, his humanite in and of the Blessyd Virgine. Whitchurch, 1549.


    Hubbocke, William. An apologie of infants, in a sermon: prouing...that children preuented by death of their Baptisme, ...may be saued. London, 1595. 61p.

    Hubmaier, Balthasar. The Complete Works. Collected and photographed by W. P. Lewis; translated by G. D. Davidson, William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri.

    Copies in several Baptist libraries, including Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky.


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. The Complete Works. Compiled by W. O. Lewis, and translated by G. D. Davidson. William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri. Typescript. G*


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. Concerning Brotherly Discipline: Where it is not there certainly is no church though water baptism and the supper of Christ be observed (1527). Translated by [Henry C.?] Vedder. [Typescript at Colgate Rochester Divinity School.]


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. "Concerning Heretics and Those Who Burn Them (September, 1524)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 47-54. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. "A Dialogue between Hubmaier and Zwingli on Infant Baptism (1526)." Extract in H. Burrage, History of the Anabaptists in Switzerland, 148-152. Philadelphia, 1883. M 284.3494 B94h


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. "A Dialogue Between the Preachers at Basel and Balthasar Hubmaier of Friedberg Concerning Infant Baptism (1527)." Translated by [Henry C.?] Vedder. [Typescript at Colgate Rochester Divinity School.]


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. "Eighteen Dissertations Concerning the Entire Christian Life (1524)." In William L. Lumpkin, Baptist Confessions of Faith, 18-22. Philadelphia, [1959]. M 238.6 L97b


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. "The Eighteen Theses (April, 1524)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 23-26. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. Form for the Celebration of the Lord's Supper. Translated by W. J. McClothlin. The Baptist Review and Expositer 3 (1906): 82-97.

    Excerpts in Fosdick, Harry E., Great Voices of the Reformation. New York, [1952].


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. "God's Word Stands Sure Forever: A Sixteenth Century Anabaptist Hymn of Balthasar Hubmaier translated by H. C. Vedder." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 169-72. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. Ground and reason why each one though baptized in infancy is bound to be baptized rightly according to the order of Christ even if he is a hundred years old (1527). Translated by [Henry C.?] Vedder. [Typescript at Colgate Rochester Divinity School.]


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. "On the Christian Baptism of Believers (August, 1525)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 65-98. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. "On Free Will (1527)." In Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers: Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation, edited by George H. Williams, 114-135. The Library of Christian Classics, vol. 25. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1957. M 270.6 W67s 1957

    Also in a second printing, Library of Christian Classics: Ichthus Edition. 1977. M 270.6 W67s 1977


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. "On the Sword (June, 1527)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 107-26. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an

    Also translated by Henry C. Vedder, Balthasar Hubmaier, 275-311. New York, 1905.


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. A Short Apology: To all believers in Christ that they should not be scandalized by the untruths invented and charged upon him by his enemies. Translated by [Henry C.?] Vedder. [Typescript at Colgate Rochester Divinity School.]


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. "A Sincere Christian Supplication and Petitions (September, 1524)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 43-46. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. A Synopsis of Christian Doctrine which each man should know before he is baptized in water. Translated by [Henry C.?] Vedder. [Typescript at Colgate Rochester Divinity School.]


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. Von ketzern und iren verbrennen, vergleichung der gschrifften zesamenzogen durch doktor Balthazarem Fridbergern etc. English translation in H. C. Vedder, Balthasar Hubmaier, 84-88. New York, 1905. M B H87v

    Concerning heretics and those who burn them.


    [Hubmaier, Balthasar?]. "A Song in Praise of God's Word." Translated by Henry C. Vedder, Balthasar Hubmaier, 311-312. New York, 1905.


    Hubmaier, Balthasar]. "The Interview Between John Faber and Balthasar Hubmaier (1528)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 139-54. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an


    [Hungarian]. Liechty, Daniel. "The Hungarian Booklet Concerning the True Christian Baptism: Its Flemish Origins and Theological Significance." MQR 62 (1988): 332-48.


    Hutter, Jakob. Brotherly Faithfulness: Epistles from a Time of Persecution. Translated by the Hutterian Society of Brothers. Rifton, NY: Plough Publishing House, 1979. M 284.34364 H97b 1979:2

    Contains nine of Hutter's letters, plus appendices.


    Hutter, Jakob. "Jakob Hutter's Epistle Concerning the Schism in Moravia in 1533." Translated by the Society of Brothers and introduced by Robert Friedmann. MQR 38 (1964): 329-43.


    [Hutter, Jakob]. Friedmann, Robert. "Jakob Hutter's Last Epistle to the Church in Moravia, 1535." MQR 34 (1960): 37-47.


    Hutter, Jacob. "Letter of Remonstrance to John Kuna of Kunstadt (1535)." In Martyrology, vol. 1, 149-53.

    Hutter, Jacob. "Protest from the Anabaptists of Moravia against Deportation (1547)," trans. by Edward B. Underhill in Martyrology (London: The Hanserd Knollys Society, 1850), 149-153.

    [Hutterite]. Gross, Leonard. "Dialogue Between a Hutterite and a Swiss Brother, 1573." MQR 44 (1970): 45-58.

    [Hutterite]. Waltz, J. A. "The Hutterite Chronicle." Journal of English and German Philology 43 (1944): 461-74.


    [Hutterite]. Zieglschmid, A. J. F. "The Hutterite Chronicle." American- German Review 8 (1942): 4, 18-26.


    [Hutterite]. Zieglschmid, A. J. F. "Unpublished 16th Century Letters of the Hutterian Brethren." MQR 15 (1941): 5-25, 118-140.


    Imbroich, Thomas of. "Confession Concerning Baptism" and "Two Letters (1558)." In Martyrology.


    "Iwie Synod (1568)." In Great Debates of the Reformation, edited by Donald J. Ziegler, 243-79. New York: Random House, 1969. M 270.6 Zi6g

    Synod of Anabaptist\Anti-Trinitarians in Poland-Lithuania, held near Vilnius. Discussed baptism, the oath, the Trinity, and social implications such as possession of subjects and or slaves.


    [Joris, David]. Waite, Gary K. "David Joris' Apology to Countess Anna of Oldenburg." MQR 62 (1988): 140-58.


    Joris, David. "The Plea for Servetus." Translated by R. H. Bainton, Concerning Heretics, 305-309. New York, 1935.


    [Joris, David]. Waite, Gary K. "The Post-Münster Melchiorite Debate on Marriage: David Joris' Response to Johannes Eisenburg, 1537." MQR 63 (1989): 367-400.


    Karlstadt, Andreas, von Bodenstein. "Karlstadt's Dialogue on the Lord's Supper." edited by Carter Lindberg. MQR 53 (1979): 35-77.


    Knox, John. An Answer to a great nomber of blasphemous cauillations written by an Anabaptist and aduersarie to God's eternal Predestination and confvted by Iohn Knox, minister of Gods worde in Scotland. Crespin [Geneva], 1560.

    Also: London, 1591.

    Also in The Works of John Knox, edited by David Laing. V.Edingburgh, 1856.


    Krahn, C[ornelius]. "Foundation." ME II: 358.

    Also in ML II: 17, 84-86.


    [Langenmantel, Eitelhans]. "An Exposition of the Lord's Prayer (c. 1527)." Translated by J. C. Wenger. MQR 22 (1948): 40-42.


    Langenmantel, Eitelhans. "A Prayer (c. 1528)." In Martyrology, vol. 1, 86-88.


    [Langenmantel, Eitelhans?]. "A Sermon (c. 1521)." In Wenger, J. C., "Two Early Anabaptist Tracts." MQR 22 (1948): 36-40.


    "Letters to Thomas Müntzer from the Swiss Brethren (September, 1524)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 31-40. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an


    Lumpkin, William L. Baptist Confessions of Faith. Philadelphia, [1959]. 430p. G

    Partial contents: [Balthasar Hubmaier], "Eighteen Dissertations Concerning the Entire Christian Life," 1524; pp. 18-22. [Michael Sattler], "The Schleitheim Confession," 1527; pp. 23-31. [Hans Schlaffer?], "Discipline of the Church, How a Christian Ought to Live," 1527; pp. 31-35. Ridemann's "Rechenschaft" (Account), 1540; pp. 35-41. [Hans de Ries and Lubbert Gerritsz], "The Waterland Confession," 1580; pp.&nbsp41-66.


    [Manz, Felix]. Friesen, Abraham. "Acts 10: The Baptism of Cornelius as Interpreted by Thomas Müntzer and Felix Manz." MQR 64 (1990): 5-22.


    Manz, Felix. "A Declaration of Faith and Defense Written to the Zürich Council (January, 1525)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 55-58. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an


    Manz, Felix. "Petition of Protest and Defense to the Zurich Council (late 1524)." Edited by Ernst Correll and Harold Bender. Goshen College Record 27 (1926): 23-31.

    Excerpts in Harold Bender, Conrad Grebel, 287-288. Goshen, 1950. M B G79b

    This document was formerly attributed to Conrad Grebel.


    "Marburg Anabaptist Disputation of 1538." In Festschrift of Reformation Studies, [edited by?] [R. H.?] Bainton.

    Published in the late 1960's? Mentioned in preface in Donald J. Ziegler, ed., Great Debates of the Reformation. New York: Random House, 1969.

    See MQR 36 (1962): 256-76, "What Butzer Debated With the Anabaptists at Marburg: A Document of 1538."


    Marpeck, Pilgram. "Pilgram Marpeck's Confession of Faith (1532)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 165-68. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an


    [Marpeck, Pilgram]. Ziegler, Donald J. "Marpeck vs. Butzer: A Sixteenth-Century Debate over the Uses and Limits of Political Authority." Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies 2 (1971): 95-107.

    Journal now titled The Sixteenth Century Journal.


    Marpeck, Pilgram. Selections from "On the Sword." Translated by John Horsch, The Principle of Nonresistance. Scottdale, Pa., 1940.

    The book is a collection of similar excerpts from the early Anabaptists.


    Marpeck, Pilgram. "Two letters." Edited by Torsten Bergsten. MQR 32 (1958): 192-210.


    Marpeck, Pilgram. The Writings of Pilgram Marpeck. Translated and edited by William Klassen and Walter Klaassen. Classics of the Radical Reformation. Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press, 1978. M 284.3 M34w


    Menno Simons. The Complete Works. Elkhart, Ind., 1871.

    Translated from the Dutch edition of 1681.

    Excerpts therefrom systematically arranged by John Horsch and Harold Bender in Menno Simons' Life and Work, 55-110. Scottdale, Pa., 1944. M 230.43 S73oEr


    Menno Simons. The Complete Writings of Menno Simons, c. 1496-1561. Translated from the Dutch by Leonard Verduin and edited by J. C. Wenger, with a biography by Harold S. Bender. Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press, 1956.

    Third Printing. Ma 230.43 S63oEv 1974

    Fourth Printing. Ma 230.43 S63oEv 1979


    Menno Simons. The Cross of Christ, a comforting admonition concerning the suffering, cross and persecution of the saints for the sake of the Word of God and His testimony. By Menno Simons. First published in Dutch at Lübeck in 1556, Newly revised from the English edition of 1871. Scottdale, [Pa.]: 1946. 49p. G


    Menno Simons. A foundation and plain instruction of the saving doctrine of our Lord Jesus Christ, briefly compiled from the word of God. Translated from the Dutch language into the German, together with other instructive treatises, written by the author of this Foundation, which were formerly published separately, but here appended, and the whole arranged as a common manual. By Menno Simon. To which an index is added, in order that all the points, articles, passageds, and admonition herein contained may be readily found....Translated into the English by I. Daniel Rupp etc. [Lancaster, Pa.]: J. Herr, 1835. 480p. G


    Menno Simons. A foundation and plain instruction of the saving doctrine of our Lord Jesus Christ, briefly compiled from the word of God etc. Lancaster, Pa.: Elias Barr and Co., 1863. 420p. M 230.43 S63fEr 1863

    Also: 1869. 424p. M 230.43 S63fEr 1869


    Menno Simons. Foundation of Christian Doctrine. From The Complete Writings of Menno Simons. Translated from the Dutch by Leonard Verduin and edited by J. C. Wenger. Cassadaga, NY: Jacob Lapp, 1980. M 230.43 S63oEvC


    Menno Simons. "A Letter to a Troubled Christian." In J. C. Wenger, Glimpses of Mennonite History and Doctrine, 2nd ed., 204-205. Scottdale, Pa., 1947. G


    Menno Simons. "On the Ban (1550)." In Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers: Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation, edited by George H. Williams, 263-271. The Library of Christian Classics, vol. 25. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1957. M 270.6 W67s 1957

    Also in a second printing, Library of Christian Classics: Ichthus Edition. 1977. M 270.6 W67s 1977


    [Menno Simons]. "Menno Simons on the Triune God: The Hamburg Manuscript." Edited and Translated by Victor G. Doerksen and Hermina Joldersma. MQR 60 (1986): 509-47.


    [Menno Simons]. Horst, Irvin B. A Bibliography of Menno Simons. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1962. M 012 M52h


    "Münster Colloquy (1533)." In Great Debates of the Reformation, edited by Donald J. Ziegler, 109-41. New York: Random House, 1969. M 270.6 Zi6g


    [Müntzer, Thomas]. Friesen, Abraham. "Acts 10: The Baptism of Cornelius as Interpreted by Thomas Müntzer and Felix Manz." MQR 64 (1990): 5-22.


    Müntzer, Thomas. The Collected Works of Thomas Müntzer. Edited and Translated by Peter Matheson. Edinburgh: T.&nbsp& T. Clark, 1988. M 230.43 M92wE 1988


    Müntzer, Thomas. "Sermon Before the Princes: An Exposition of the Second Chapter of Daniel (1524)." In Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers: Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation, edited by George H. Williams, 49- 70. The Library of Christian Classics, vol. 25. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1957. M 270.6 W67s 1957

    Also in a second printing, Library of Christian Classics: Ichthus Edition. 1977. M 270.6 W67s 1977


    [Müntzer, Thomas]. Baylor, Michael G. "Thomas Müntzer's First Publication." The Sixteenth Century Journal 17 (1986): 451-58.


    [Müntzer, Thomas]. Hillerbrand, Hans J. "Thomas Muentzer's Last Tract Against Martin Luther." MQR 38 (1964): 20-36.


    [Müntzer, Thomas]. "Thomas Müntzer's 'Prague Manifesto.'" Edited by Michael G. Baylor. MQR 63 (1989): 30-57.


    Müntzer, Thomas. "Thomas Müntzer's Protestation and Imaginary Faith." Edited by James M. Stayer. MQR 55 (1981): 99-130.


    [Müntzer, Thomas]. Hillerbrand, Hans J. Thomas Müntzer: A Bibliography. Sixteenth Century Bibliography, vol. 4. St. Louis: Center for Reformation Research, 1976. M 012 M88h


    Mutton, Cuth[bert]. "His confutation of the damnable secte of Anabaptistes: Wherein you may beholde the perfecte humanity of Christ...." London, 1576.


    [Nikolsburg]. Wiswedel, W. "Nikolsburg, Articles of." ME III: 886-88.

    Also in ML III: 260-62.


    Overdam, John of. "Confession, Letter, and Acts (c. 1550)." In Martyrology, vol. 1, 314-36; 339.


    Payne, John. Royall exchange: To suche worshipfull Citezins, Merchants, Gentlemen and other occupiers of the contrey as resorte thervnto. Try to retaine or send back agayne etc. Harlem, 1597. G*


    [Peutinger, Conrad]. Fast, Heinold. "Peutinger's Manuscript Against the Anabaptists." MQR 39 (1965): 307-308.

    Notes on and summary of the manuscript.


    "The Pfeddersheim Disputation, 1557." Edited and translated by John S. Oyer. MQR 60 (1986): 304-351.


    Philips, Obbe. "A Confession: Recollections of the Years 1533-1536." In Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers: Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation, edited by George H. Williams, 206-225. The Library of Christian Classics, vol. 25. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1957. M 270.6 W67s 1957

    Also in a second printing, Library of Christian Classics: Ichthus Edition. 1977. M 270.6 W67s 1977


    Philips, [Dirck] Dietrich. "The Church of God (c. 1560)." In Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers: Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation, edited by George H. Williams, 228-260. The Library of Christian Classics, vol. 25. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1957. M 270.6 W67s 1957

    Also in a second printing, Library of Christian Classics: Ichthus Edition. 1977. M 270.6 W67s 1977


    Philip[s], [Dirck] Dietrich. Enchiridion or Handbook of the Christian Doctrine and Religion, compiled (by the grace fo God) from the Holy Scriptures for the benefit of all lovers of the Truth. Translated by A. B. Kolb. Elkhart, Ind.: Mennonite Publishing Co., 1910. M 230.43 P53eEk 1910


    Philpot, John. A letter stablishing a certain brother, also prisoner in Newgate, in the matter of baptizing infants. 1555. n.p., 1564.


    "A Proclamation by the Kyng and Queene agaynst dyuers bokes filled bothe with heresye, sedityon and treason etc." London, 1558.


    "A Proclamation for the banishment of Anabaptists that refuse to by reconciled." London, 1560.


    Reublin, Wilhelm. "Letter to Pilgram Marpeck (1531)." Translated by J. C. Wenger. MQR 23 (1949): 67-75.


    Reublin, Wilhelm. "On Original Sin and the Way of Redemption," MQR 26 (1952), 210.

    Riedeman, Peter. Account of Our Religion, Doctrine and Faith, Given by Peter Rideman of the Brothers Whom Men Call Hutterians. 1st edition in English. Translated by Kathleen E. Hasenberg. Great Britain: Hodder & Stoughton in conjunction with The Plough Publishing House, 1950. M 238.97H9 R551rEh 1950

    2nd English Edition. Rifton, NY: Plough Publishing House, 1970. M 238.97H9 R551rEh 1970


    Riedemann, Peter. "Account of our Religion, Doctrine and Faith." In W. L. Lumpkin, Baptist Confessions of Faith. Philadelphia, [1959]. Pp. 35-41.


    Riedemann, Peter. Account of our Religion, Doctrine and Faith, Given by Peter Rideman of the Brothers Whom Men Call Hutterians. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1950. 284p. M 238.43 R44rE and Me 238.43 R44rE


    [Riedemann, Peter]. "Appeal to the Lords of Lichtenstein." Excerpts in W. J. McGlothlin, Baptist Confessions of Faith, 19-23. Philadelphia, 1911.


    [Ries, Hans de, and Lubbert Gerritsz]. "A Brief Confession of the Principal Articles of the Christian Faith." In W. J. McGlothlin, Baptist Confessions of Faith, 26-48. Philadelphia, 1911. M 239.6 M14b


    [Ries, Hans de, and Lubbert Gerritsz]. "The Waterland Confession, 1580." In W. L. Lumpkin, Baptist Confessions of Faith, 41-66. Philadelphia, [1959]. G


    [Ries, Hans de]. Dyck, Cornelius J. " A Short Confession of Faith by Hans de Ries." MQR 38 (1964): 5-19.


    [Ries, Hans de]. Dyck, Cornelius J. " The Middelburg Confession of Hans de Ries." MQR 36 (1962): 147-54.


    [Ries, Hans de]. Dyck, Cornelius J. "The Middleburg Confession of Hans de Ries, 1578." MQR 36 (1962): 147-54, 161.


    Rinck, Melchior. "A Newly Discovered Manuscript of Melchior Rinck." Transcribed and edited by Gerhard J. Neumann. MQR 35 (1961): 197-217.

    "On Baptism." Document in German, lengthy commentary in English.


    Rinck, Melchior. "Letter and a Note: Allow the Children to Come to Me, etc." Translated by John C. Wenger. MQR 21 (1947): 282-84.


    Rothmann, Bernhard]. Earthly and Temporal Power. Translated and edited by George Albert Moore. Chevy Chase, Md., [1950]. 81p. M 320.15 R74


    S. B. "A Conference Between a Christian [William White] and an English Anabaptist (1575)." Edited by Albert Peel. Baptist Historical Society, Transactions 7 (1920): 78-128. Horsch 172.4 P34


    [Sattler, Michael?]. "Concerning divorce: a Swiss Brethren tract on the primacy of loyalty to Christ and the right to divorce and remarriage." Translated by J. C. Wenger. MQR 21 (1947): 114-19.


    [Sattler, Michael?]. "Concerning Evil Overseers." Translated by J. C. Wenger. MQR 21 (1947): 280.


    [Sattler, Michael]. "'Concerning the Satisfaction of Christ (c. 1527)'; an Anabaptist tract on true Christianity." Translated by J. C. Wenger. MQR 20 (1946): 234.

    Also in Mennonite Historical Bulletin 7 (1946).)


    [Sattler, Michael]. "The Hearing of False Prophets or Antichrist." Translated by J. C. Wenger. MQR 21 (1947): 276.


    Sattler, Michael. The Legacy of Michael Sattler. Translated and edited by John H. Yoder. Classics of the Radical Reformation. Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press, 1973. M 230.43 Sa8wEy

    Selected letters and writings, along with excerpts about Sattler from other people's writings.


    [Sattler, Michael]. "Letter to the Congregation in Horb (1527)." In A Martyrology, vol. 1, edited by E. B. Underhill, 27-34. London, 1850.

    A Martyrology is a two-volume British translation of Martyrs' Mirror done in 1850. All items in Martyrs' Mirror could also be found in A Martyrology.


    [Sattler, Michael]. Payne, E. A. "Michael Sattler and the Schleitheim Confession of Faith." Baptist Quarterly 14 (1952). G


    Sattler, Michael. "The Schleitheim Confession (February, 1527)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 99-106. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an


    [Sattler, Michael]. "The Schleitheim Confession of Faith." In Harry E. Fosdick, Great Voices of the Reformation, 286-295.

    Also in W. L. Lumpkin, Baptist Confessions of Faith, 22-31. Philadelphia, [1959].

    Translation of "Brüderliche vereynigung etzlicher kinder Gottes, siben Artickel betreffend. Item, Eyn sendtbrieff Michel satlersz, an eyn gemeyn Gottes, sampt kurrtzem, doch warhafftigem anzeyg, wie er seine leer zu Rottenburg am Neckar, mitt seinem blut bezeuget hat," 1527.


    [Sattler, Michael]. "The Trial and Martyrdom of Michael Sattler (1527)." In Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers: Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation, edited by George H. Williams, 138-144. The Library of Christian Classics, vol. 25. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1957. M 270.6 W67s 1957

    Taken from the Martyrs' Mirror.

    Also in a second printing, Library of Christian Classics: Ichthus Edition. 1977. M 270.6 W67s 1977


    Sattler, Michael]. "Two Kinds of Obedience." Translated by J. C. Wenger. MQR 21 (1947): 18-22.

    Also in Harry E. Fosdick, Great Voices of the Reformation, 296-299.


    Scharnschlager, Leopold. "A Church Order for Members of Christ's Body." Translated and edited by William Klassen. MQR 38 (1964): 354-56, 386.


    Scharnschlager, Leupold. "A Church Order of the Members of Christ, Outlined in Seven Articles." In Peter James Klassen, The Economics of Anabaptism, 1525-1560, 120-22. Studies in European History, vol. 3. The Hague: Mouton & Co., 1964. M 284.3 K662e 1964


    Scharnschlager, Leupold. "Leupold Scharnschlager's Farewell to the Strasbourg Council." Translated and edited by William Klassen. MQR 42 (1968): 211-18.


    [Schiemer, Leonhard?]. "Discipline of the Church: How a Christian Ought to Live (1528)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 127-30. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an

    Quoted Friedmann in MQR 29 (1955): 162-63 in assigning probable authorship to Hans Schlaffer. Friedmann revised that in MQR 32 (1958): 236-37.


    [Schiemer, Leonhard?]. Friedmann, Robert. "The Oldest Church Discipline of the Anabaptists." MQR 29 (1955): 162-66; correction, MQR 32 (1958): 236-37.


    [Schleitheim]. "The Schleitheim Confession of Faith." Translated by J. C. Wenger. MQR 19 (1945): 243-253.

    Source: Flugschriften aus den ersten Jahren der Reformation. Leipzig. II (1908), [277]-337.


    [Schleitheim]. "The Schleitheim Confession of Faith." English translation using Zwingli's Latin translation. By W. J. McGlothlin, Baptist Confessions of Faith, 3-9. Philadelphia, 1911.


    [Schleitheim]. "The Schleitheim Confession of Faith." In Harry E. Fosdick, Great Voices of the Reformation, 286-295.

    Also in W. L. Lumpkin, Baptist Confessions of Faith, 22-31. Philadelphia, [1959].

    Translation of "Brüderliche vereynigung etzlicher kinder Gottes, siben Artickel betreffend. Item, Eyn sendtbrieff Michel satlersz, an eyn gemeyn Gottes, sampt kurrtzem, doch warhafftigem anzeyg, wie er seine leer zu Rottenburg am Neckar, mitt seinem blut bezeuget hat," 1527.


    [Schleitheim]. Wenger, John C. "The Schleitheim Confession of Faith." MQR 19 (1945): 243-53.


    [Schleitheim]. Friedmann, Robert. "Schleitheim Confession (1527) and other doctrinal writings of the Swiss Brethren in a hitherto unknown edition". MQR 16 (1942): 82-98.


    [Schleitheim]. Snyder, Arnold. "The Schleitheim Articles in Light of the Revolution of the Common Man: Continuation or Departure?" The Sixteenth Century Journal 16 (1985): 419-30.


    Scory, John. Two bokes of...Augustine...very necessary for al tymes, but namely for oures, wherin the Papists & Anabaptistes haue reuiued agayne the wycked opinions of the Pelagians, that extolled mans wyll & merites agaynst the fre grace of Christ. London, 1555. 246p.


    "A Sixteenth-Century Anabaptist Evangelistic Testimony." Edited by Hans J. Hillerbrand. MQR 35 (1961): 314-17.


    Smuel, Andrew (Dietrich Peterson). "Confession and Testament (c. 1546)." In Martyrology, vol. 1, 278-91.


    Some, Robert. A Defence...and a refutation of many Anabaptistical...absurdities, touching Magistracie, Ministerie, Church, Scripture, and Baptisme.... London, 1580. 160p.


    Some, Robert. A Godly Treatise wherein are examined & confuted many excrable fancies, giuen out and holden partly by Hen. Barrowe and Iohn Greenwood; partly by other of the Anabaptisticall order.... London, 1589. 40p.


    Stadler, Ulrich. "Cherished Instructions on Sin, Excommunication, and the Community of Goods (c. 1537)." In Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers: Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation, edited by George H. Williams, 274-284. The Library of Christian Classics, vol. 25. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1957. M 270.6 W67s 1957

    Also in a second printing, Library of Christian Classics: Ichthus Edition. 1977. M 270.6 W67s 1977


    Stoelwijk, Walter of. "Epistle (c. 1541)." In Martyrology, vol. 1, 211-36.


    [Strasburg]. Bender, H. S. "The discipline adopted by the Strasburg Conference of 1568." MQR 1 (1927): 57-66.


    "The Testimony of a Bernese Anabaptist." Introduction by Nelson P. Springer, Transcription and Translation by Nelson P. and Joe Springer. MQR 60 (1986): 289-303.


    "The Twelve Articles of the Peasants (March, 1525)." In Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep Jr., 59-64. Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica, vol. 16. Nieuwkoop: B. de Graaf, 1976. M 284.3 Es8an


    Turner, William. A preseruatiue, or triacle, agaynst the poyson of Pelagius, lately reneued, & styrred up agayn, by the furious secte of the Anabaptistes.... London, 1551. 206p.


    Veron, John. A frvtefvl treatise of predestination... against the swynyshe gruntinge of the Epicures and Atheystes of oure time. Whereunto are added...a very necessary boke againste free wyll...an aunswer made to all the vayne and blasphemous obiections that the Epicures and Anabaptistes can make. London, 1563.


    Veron, John. A moste necessary treatise of free wil, not onlye against the Papists, but also against the Anabaptistes. ...Made dialoge wyse by Ihon Vèron...as he did set if forth in his letures at Paules. London, 1560. 8p.


    Veron, John. Certayne Litel Treaties set forth by John Veron Senonoys for the erudition and learnyng of the symple and ingnorant peopell. London, 1548.


    Walpot, Peter. "Address to Schoolmasters (1568)." Translated by Harold Bender. MQR 5 (1931): 241-44.


    Walpot, Peter. "Concerning True Surrender and Christian Community of Goods." Translated by K. E. Hasenburg with an introduction by Robert Friedmann. MQR 31 (1957): 22-62.


    Walpot, Peter. "Reason and Obedience, an old Anabaptist letter (1571)." MQR 19 (1945): 29-37.


    Walpot, Peter. "True Surrender and Christian Community of Goods." From the Great Article Book by Peter Walpot, 1577. Bromdon, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England, 1957.


    Walpot, Peter. True Surrender and Christian Community of Goods: From The Great Article Book by Peter Walpot, 1577. Bromdon, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England: The Plough Publishing House, 1957. M 230.97H9 W218t 1957


    [Walpot, Peter]. "A Hutterite School Discipline of 1578 etc." Translated by H. S. Bender. MQR 5 (1931): 231-44.


    [Waterlanders]. Exchange of letters between the Waterlanders and the church at Leeuwarden concerning the English Baptists under Thomas Helwys. In B. Evans, The Early English Baptists, vol. 1., 211-13. London, 1862.


    [Waterlandian]. Dyck, Cornelius J. "The First Waterlandian Confession of Faith." MQR 36 (1962): 5-13.


    [Waterlandian]. Dyck, Cornelius J. "The First Waterlandian Confession of Faith." MQR 36 (1962): 5-13.


    Weninger, Martin. "Vindication." MQR 22 (1948): 180-87.


    "Whether Secular Government Has the Right to Wield the Sword in Matters of Faith: An Anonymous Defense of Religious Toleration From Sixteenth-Century Nürnberg." Translated and edited by James M. Estes. MQR 49 (1975): 22-37.


    Williams, George H. "Bibliography of Material in English Translation Written by Representatives of the Radical Reformation." In Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers, edited by George H. Williams, 285-93. The Library of Christian Classics, vol. 25. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1957. M 270.6 W67s 1957


    Williams, George H., and Angel M. Mergal. Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers. Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation and Evangelical Catholicism as represented by Juan de Valdés. The Library of Christian Classics, vol. 25. Philadelphia, 1957. 421p. M 270.6 W67s


    [Würben, Jakob]. Guggisberg, Hans R. "Jakob Würben of Biel, a Thoughtful Admonisher Against Ludwig Hätzer and the Anabaptists." Translated by Elizabeth Bender. MQR 46 (1972): 239-55.


    Zwingli, Ulrich. The Acts of the First Zurich Disputation, January, 1523. Translated by Lawrence A. McLouth. In Ulrich Zwingli (1484-1531): Selected Works, edited by Samuel Macauley Jackson, 40-117. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1972. M 284.2 Zw9wEj 1972

    Account by Erhart Hegenwald, schoolmaster in Zurich, who said he wrote it down from memory immediately afterword. Edited by Zwingli.


    Zwingli, Ulrich, Refutation of the Tricks of the Catabaptists, 1527. Translated by Henry Preble and George W. Gilmore. In Ulrich Zwingli (1484-1531): Selected Works, edited by Samuel Macauley Jackson, 123-258. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1972. M 284.2 Zw9wEj 1972

    *****

    ALGUNOS DOCUMENTOS ANABAPTISTICOS DEL SIGLO XVI,

    TRADUCIDOS AL CASTELLANO.


    "Los comienzos anabaptisticas en Zürich." En Textos Escogidos de la Reforma Radical, compilado por John Howard Yoder, 147-53. Tradujeron al castellano Nélida M. de Machain y Ernesto Suárez. Biblioteca de Estudios Teológicos. Buenos Aires: Editorial La Aurora, 1976. M 230.43 T355

    De la Crónica Huteriana.


    "Crónica Huteriana: La edad de oro." En Textos Escogidos, 295-305. M 230.43 T355


    "Crónica Huteriana: Ordenamiento de la comunidad (1529)." En Textos Escogidos, 279-85. M 230.43 T355


    Carlstadt, [Andreas] Andrés. "Que no debe haber mendigos entre los Cristianos." En Textos Escogidos, 49-59. M 230.43 T355


    Carlstadt, [Andreas] Andrés. "Si hay que proceder paulatinamente." En Textos Escogidos, 61-88. M 230.43 T355


    Denck, Hans. "Lo que se pretende que digan las escrituras." En Textos Escogidos, 205-29. M 230.43 T355


    Franck, Sebastián. "Prólogo a la Crónica de los hérejes romanos." En Textos Escogidos, 451-76. M 230.43 T355


    Grebel, Conrad. "Cartas a Thomas Müntzer." En Textos Escogidos, 131-45. M 230.43 T355


    Hofmann, Melchior. "Al rey." En Textos Escogidos, 307-15. M 230.43 T355


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. "De la amonestación fraterna." En Textos Escogidos, 189-203. M 230.43 T355


    Hubmaier, Balthasar. "Suma de la vida cristiana." En Textos Escogidos, 179-87. M 230.43 T355


    [Hutter, Jakob]. "Crónica Huteriana: Carta de Jacobo Hutter." En Textos Escogidos, 287-93. M 230.43 T355


    Jans, Anneken de. "Carta a su hijo Isaías." En Textos Escogidos, 337-43. M 230.43 T355


    Kautz, [Jakob] Jacobo. "Los siete artículos de Worms." En Textos Escogidos, 231-35. M 230.43 T355


    Marpeck, Pilgram. "Del fruto quintuple del arrepentimiento." En Textos Escogidos, 255-66. M 230.43 T355


    Müntzer, Thomas. "Cartas de Thomas Müntzer." En Textos Escogidos, 121-30. M 230.43 T355

    Al elector Federico, a los campesinos, dos a Alberto von Mansfeld.


    Müntzer, Thomas. "Sermon ante los príncipes." En Textos Escogidos, 97-120. M 230.43 T355


    Philips, Dirck. "De la iglesia." En Textos Escogidos, 403-37. M 230.43 T355


    Philips, Obbe. "Confesiones." En Textos Escogidos, 317-35. M 230.43 T355


    "Reglas de orden congregacional." En Textos Escogidos, 165-69. M 230.43 T355


    [Sattler, Michael]. "Martirio." En Textos Escogidos, 171-78. M 230.43 T355


    Sattler, Michael. "'Union Fraternal' de Schleitheim." En Textos Escogidos, 155-64. M 230.43 T355


    Scharnschlager, Leupold. "Llamamiento a la tolerancia dirigido al Concejo Principal de Estrasburgo." En Textos Escogidos, 243-53. M 230.43 T355


    Schiemer, Leonhard. "Cuan preciosa es la muerte de los santos." En Textos Escogidos, 237-41. M 230.43 T355


    Simons, Menno. "Conversión, llamamiento y testimonio." En Textos Escogidos, 345-402. M 230.43 T355


    Stadler, Ulrich. "De la verdadera comunión de los santos." En Textos Escogidos, 267-78. M 230.43 T355


    Strauss, Jacobo. "De la usura." En Textos Escogidos, 89-95. M 230.43 T355



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