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Andreas Fischer and the Sabbatarian Anabaptists

an early reformation episode in East Central Europe

by Daniel Liechty

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Published by Herald Press in Scottdale, Pa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Czechoslovakia
    • Subjects:
    • Fischer, Andreas, ca. 1480-ca. 1540.,
    • Anabaptists -- Czechoslovakia -- Biography.,
    • Sabbatarians -- Czechoslovakia -- History.,
    • Czechoslovakia -- Church history.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDaniel Liechty ; foreword by Samuele Bacchiocchi.
      SeriesStudies in Anabaptist and Mennonite history ;, no. 29
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX4946.F57 L54 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination167 p. ;
      Number of Pages167
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2388579M
      ISBN 100836112938
      LC Control Number87017727

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Andreas Fischer (ca. – ) was an Austrian/Moravian Anabaptist, and associate of Oswald first appears as an Anabaptist leader in the public records in in Silesia, as a literary opponent of Caspar Schwenckfeldt's associate, Valentine Crautwald.

His main written work is "Scepastes Decologi," in which he defended not only adult baptism but also (following Authority control: BNF: cbw (data). Andreas Fischer and the Sabbatarian Anabaptists: An Early Reformation Episode in East Central Europe (STUDIES IN ANABAPTIST AND MENNONITE HISTORY) [Liechty, Daniel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Daniel Liechty places Sabbatarianism within the perspective of the restitution theme of Followers: Daniel Liechty places Sabbatarianism within the perspective of the restitution theme of the Radical Reformation in this study of Andreas Fischer, the main leader in a small Sabbatarian faction among the 16th-century Anabaptists.5/5(1).

Articles, commentaries, and essays on this website continue the Sabbatarian Anabaptist tradition begun in modern history by Andreas Fischer (DOD CE); for taking up theological residence in the 3 rd-Century CE or in the 2 nd-Century CE doesn’t satisfy the goal 16 th-Century Anabaptist set before themselves, the goal of purity of belief.

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It is too bad it took so long for it to come into print. Andrews University DANIEL AUGSBURGER Liechty, Daniel. Andreas Fischer and the Sabbatarian Anabaptists: An. Cf. Gerhard F. Hasel, "Sabbatarian Anabaptists of the Sixteenth Century," Andrews University Seminary Studies 5 (), ; 6 (), ; Gerhard F.

Hasel, "Capito, Schwenckfeld and Crautwald on Sabbatarian Theology," Mennonite Quarterly Review 46 (Jan. ),here ; Daniel Liechty, Andreas Fischer and the Sabbatarian.

The best known Sabbatarian Ana baptist leaders were Oswald Glait and Andreas Fischer, two scholars and theologians who had been priests before they joined the Anabaptist movement.

Their positions reveal a comprehensive knowledge. One more passage from APA and a new generation of Sabbatarian Anabaptists can be sent forth, better armed with understanding than Andreas Fischer or before him, the father of all Anabaptists, Conrad Grebel, neither of whom were well.

The book sets Calvin's theology in his practical approach to life. It is a clear and excellent guide to the thought of the great reformer.

It is too bad it took so long for it to come into print. Andrews University DANIEL AUGSBURGER Liechty, Daniel.

Andreas Fischer and the Sabbatarian Anabaptists: AnAuthor: Daniel Augsburger. SABBATARIAN ANABAPTISTS OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY GERHARD F. HASEL Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan PART I1 * V.

Andreas Fischer Fischer was born about at Kremnitz in what is today Slovakia. We may assume from his title Magister and the fact that he was a former priest that he had finished his training at a university. Sabbatarianism in the 16th Century - A Page in the History of the Radical Reformation "A follow up to his book Andreas Fischer and the Sabbatarian Anabaptists, Liechty examines an almost unknown phase of Reformation history.

He considers two distinct Sabbatarian groups: the radical wing of Anabaptism, and a radical wing of Unitarianism in. There have been at least three significant books published, which have expanded the horizon of knowledge on the history of Sabbath-keepers.

They are: 1) Sanford’s book, mentioned previously, 2) Andreas Fischer and the Sabbatarian Anabaptists, by Daniel Liechty (Scottdale, Pennsylvania: Herald Press, ), and 3) Sabbath and Sectarianism in.

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The book, Andreas Fischer and the Sabbatarian Anabaptists, by Daniel Liechty, describes another group of Sabbatarians in the early part of the sixteenth century in Silesia, Moravia, and Slovakia, areas not far from Transylvania.

By Gerhard F. Hasel, Published on 01/01/67Cited by: 1. ANABAPTIST STUDIES A Review Article Klaus Deppermann, Melchior Hp//man, T. & T. Clark,pp. £ISBN ; Daniel Liechy. Little is known about Oswald Glait, a founder with Andreas Fischer, () of Sabbatarian Anabaptism, both of whom developed the seventh-day doctrine into a major part of their faith.

Glait, born at Cham in the Upper Palatinate, later came to serve a Lutheran congregation at Nikolsburg, Moravia, after under the protection of Leonhard.Andreas Fischer and the Sabbatarian Anabaptists: An Early Reformation Episode in East Central Europe it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published /5.