By Brian Froese
Books approximately Mennonites have founded totally on the East Coast and the Midwest, the place nearly all of Mennonite groups within the usa can be found. yet those narratives overlook the original historical past of the multitude of Mennonites dwelling at the West Coast. In California Mennonites, Brian Froese will depend on archival church files to ascertain the Mennonite adventure within the Golden kingdom, from the nineteenth-century migrants who got here looking for sunshine and fertile soil to the ordinarily agrarian neighborhood that struggled with problems with urbanization, race, gender, schooling, and exertions within the 20th century to the evangelically orientated, partly assimilated Mennonites of today.
Froese locations Mennonite studies opposed to a backdrop of significant historic occasions, together with international conflict II and Vietnam, and social concerns, from exertions disputes to the evolution of psychological wellbeing and fitness care. California Mennonites contain those that embody a variety of ideologies: many are traditionally rooted within the sixteenth-century Reformation beliefs of the early Anabaptists (pacifism, congregationalism, discipleship); a few embody twentieth-century American evangelicalism (missions, Billy Graham); and others are devoted to one of those social justice that contains forging sensible ties to secular executive courses whereas preserving a quiet connection to faith.
Through their studies of non secular variety, altering demographics, and battle, California Mennonites have wrestled with complex questions of what it ability to be American, Mennonite, and glossy. This book—the first of its kind—will entice historians and non secular stories students alike.
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California Mennonites (Young Center Books in Anabaptist and Pietist Studies) by Brian Froese