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By Brian Brewer

Balthasar Hubmaier continues to be essentially the most major figures within the radical reformation of the 16th century. A Pledge of affection is shut and thorough exam of Hubmaiers view of the sacraments in the context of worship. This ground-breaking paintings examines the special theology of this crucial Anabaptist and his attainable impression upon others.

Brian C. Brewer is Associate Professor of Christian Theology on the George W. Truett Theological Seminary, Baylor college, united states. a local of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Dr. Brewer holds a B.A. in faith from Baylor collage. His M.Div. measure is from the George W. Truett Theological Seminary, the place he graduated Summa Cum Laude and was once the first actual graduate of the establishment. Dr. Brewer consequently earned a grasp of Theology in Homiletics and Worship from Princeton Theological Seminary and likewise a grasp of Philosophy and the Ph.D. measure, either in old theology, from Drew collage in Madison, New Jersey.

A pro pastor, Dr. Brewer keeps to stick attached to neighborhood congregations as a preacher and convention speaker, spotting either preaching and educating as his Christian calling.

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