The Amish-Mennonites across the Globe

Amish-Mennonite Heritage Series Vol. 2. Millersburg, OH: Acorn Publishing.

Anderson, Cory, and Jennifer Anderson. 2019.

Pages: 326pp.
Binding: Hardcover, full color
Publisher: Acorn
Release date: July 2019
Edition: First, limited printing
ISBN: 978-1-7322864-0-5
Dimensions: 9 3/8” x 12 1/4” x 1 1/8”
Weight: 4.05lb / 64.9oz

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What does a North American system of religious separatism look like in a global context? The answers can be found in 19 countries across the globe, where Amish-Mennonites have been planting churches since 1961.

This is an oversized, hardcover, full-color coffee-table style book. With large color photos of church buildings and its people, the book takes readers on a pictorial tour of Amish-Mennonites in Africa, Eastern Europe, South America, the Caribbean, Central America, and finally Western Europe. Along the way, essays provide insights into each country’s history, ways of life, and accounts of those who started these churches and the people who joined.

This oversized volume, reflecting the authors extensive travels, is loaded with photos, maps, artwork, informative feature boxes, and plenty of food-for-thought.

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