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Michael Sattler

Michael Sattler (1490–1527) was a monk who left the Roman Catholic Church during the Protestant Reformation to become one of the early leaders of the Anabaptist movement. He was particularly influential for his role in developing the Schleitheim Confession.
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Peace Church Influences on My Thought: Mennonites, Brethren ...

2009-10-15 by Michael Westmoreland-White  I have not studied other 16th C. Anabaptists as deeply as with Menno, but I have read parts of the works of Conrad Grebel and Michael Sattler, Balthasar Hubmaier (whose defense of believers' baptism and theological repudiation of the ...
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Theocrat Watch VIII

2010-07-01 by David Fischler  When I was in seminary I developed a deep admiration for the early Anabaptists such as Menno Simons and Hans Denck, Pilgram Marpeck and Michael Sattler. That's not the school of Christian pacifism for which Edwards speaks, however. ...
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reformedpastor.wordpress.com 2010-09-12  +  

Anabaptism: Re-monking the Church After Christendom ...

2010-04-26 by Stuart Murray Williams  Some founding Anabaptists were former monks (e.g. Michael Sattler, Leonard Schiemer) who were influenced by late medieval monastic reform movements and wanted to work these principles out in voluntary communities. ...
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Invalid URL: Sixteenth-Century Anabaptists: Tortured, Killed, But Faithful

2009-12-26 by admin  Michael Sattler (c. 1490-1527), Anabaptist leader, was arrested in Rottemburg by Roman Catholic authorities, along with his wife and several other Anabaptists. He was tried and sentenced to death under the allegation of heresy. ...
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glaunerpereira.com 2010-09-12  +  

This past week in persecuted church history (May 17-23)

2009-05-23 by Glenn Penner  Hebrews 13:7b (ESV) May 21, 1527: Anabaptist minister Michael Sattler, a former Benedictine monk who left the monastery and married after reading Paul's letters, is tortured and killed in Rottenburg, Germany. His wife was drowned eight ...
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Calvin on Anabaptists « Blogorrhea

2009-06-09 by RubeRad  “On a spring day in May, 1527, Michael Sattler was sentenced to death at the imperial city of Rottenburg on the Neckar River. The sentence read, 'Michael Sattler shall be committed to the executioner. The latter shall take him to the ...
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March 7th - Baptism

2010-03-07 by Canyon Shearer  Michael Sattler - Tongue cut out because he wouldn't stop preaching, burned at the stake Bad Anabaptists - Munsterites: polygamists and cannibals Reason we're not anabaptists today: The ana means "re", and we don't baptize babies, ...
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A Different Drummer: When the Tree Was Green: a meditation on Luke ...

2009-10-12 by Leo Hartshorn  And what of those Anabaptist saplings like Michael Sattler, Dirk Willems, and Maekyn Wens? Did they deserve such horrible deaths for honestly living out their faith? One could add the still-green Martin Luther King Jr., gunned down for ...
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Pirates & The Galilean

2009-05-14 by mark_s  Some of the names are known by those schooled in Anabaptist/Mennonite history: Felix Mantz, Michael Sattler, George Blaurock. But most of the names we don't know. Leonides. Basilides. Unnamed Waldensians. William White. Leonhard Keyser. ...
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The Anabaptists: how it all began | Grateful to the dead

2009-11-16 by Chris Armstrong  Severe persecution quickly deprived the Anabaptist movement of some of its abler leaders such as Mantz and Michael Sattler. Grebel died of disease. The confusion of persecution and loss of skilled leaders slowed the formation of ...
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The Persecution and Murder of The Anabaptists | Church History ...

2010-02-20 by Admin  Wolfgang Capito, and during the first eighteen months of the movement Martin Bucer also, both of Strassburg, showed sympathy, especially for inpidual Anabaptists such as Michael Sattler. Catherine Zell, the dynamic, influential wife of ...
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Praise the Lord

2009-05-25 by rubberbelly  ... when Brethren or Mennonites sang, unaccompanied and in free form, the hymns of Michael Sattler, who was martyred in 1527 for his Anabaptist beliefs, they were affirming who they were as Christian believers and who they were not. ...
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ReJesus - Question 1

2009-12-08 by Ben  So for us Mennonites does Menno Simmons or Michael Sattler shape who we are more than Jesus? I have to confess that I am a strong Anabaptist (a board term for Mennonite). Within my church right now there is a conversation about the ...
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Invalid URL: Auburn Avenue Pastor's Conference: Lecture Three Notes

2010-01-06 by DP Cassidy  New leadership in the person of Michael Sattler arose resulting in the composition of the Schleitheim Articles/Confession later that year, just before Sattler's own death. We will shortly return to this anabaptist summary of faith and ...
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Did Anabaptists Believe in Justification by Faith Alone?

2010-02-01 by Kent Brandenburg  In 1527 Michael Sattler, the Anabaptist from the Black Forest, drew up a confession of faith in seven points. It was adopted by a secret synod of South German and Swiss Anabaptists at Schleitheim near Schauffhausen, as a binding Rule of ...
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Conflicted about Michael

2009-07-08 by Steve Clemens  Parallels have frequently been made between the Hebrew prophets like Micah, Amos, Ezekiel, Jonah, and Isaiah and the early Anabaptists like Michael Sattler, Menno Simons, and Conrad Grebel. Both groups critiqued their societies and ...
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mennonista.blogspot.com 2010-09-12  +  

March 15 - Still baptizing

2010-03-14 by Diane Muir  Another leader, Michael Sattler, was a former monk. He was arrested in 1525 for hanging out with the Anabaptists, but released when he renounced their teaching and promised to leave Zurich. He met a woman and got married. ...
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godinhistory.blogspot.com 2010-09-12  +  

History Notes: Streams of Anabaptism (2)

2009-05-07 by Jennifer  Notable individuals in this group are Balthasar Hubmaier and Michael Sattler. Like the Swiss Brethren, they, too, were killed shortly after becoming Anabaptists. Sattler is interesting, however, in that he spent time in Strasbourg where ...
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May 20 - Michael Sattler, Martyr, Reformer, Anabaptist

2010-05-20 by JHearne  So, they decreed: "Michael Sattler shall be committed to the executioner. The latter shall take him to the square and there first cut out his tongue, and then forge him fast to a wagon and there with glowing iron tongs twice tear pieces ...
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