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On Anabaptists: A Panel Discussion Featuring Malcolm Yarnell, Bruce Ashford, Stephen Eccher and John Hammett

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Who were the Anabaptists, and what did they really believe? For centuries, historians had a skewed perspective of this religious tradition, but recent research has unearthed a more accurate picture of their beliefs, practices and more.

Malcolm Yarnell, Director of the Center for Theological Research at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, recently visited Southeastern Seminary to present a series of lectures on the Anabaptists. In this panel conversation, he joins Southeastern Seminary professors Bruce Ashford, Stephen Eccher and John Hammett to discuss Anabaptist history, their view of scripture, what we can learn from their example and more in a wide-ranging conversation.

Watch the full conversation above.

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