Biblical Concordance of the Swiss Brethren, 1540 by Snyder, Arnold C.; Fast, Gilbert and Peters, Galen
It is well-known that first-generation Anabaptists immersed themselves in Scripture -- but how did they interpret the Bible? What verses were most important to them? How did the Bible shape their piety and daily life? The Biblical Concerdance of the Swiss Brethren, available for the first time in English, goes a long way to providing answers to these questions. In this early printed booklet, the Swiss Brethren organized Old and New Testament passages under topical headings, beginning with the "Fear of God" and ending with "Child Rearing," with over sixty more topical selections in between. Readers with interests in the Bible and Anabaptism will find this book a valuable addition to the literature.