What does the 'priesthood of all believers' mean to you? Explore how this question exploded during the Reformation and caused the Anabaptist believers to take church life less seriously AND more seriously.
Who is baptism for? And what happens when a person is baptized? Explore how these two questions shaped the scattering of believers in the Protestant Reformation and how they continue to remain critically important in our day.
How should believers respond when external suffering is coming their way? Is there justification to respond to violence WITH violence? Consider this tough and applicable question from the Anabaptist perspective.
How is a sinner justified before God? Martin Luther and the Roman Catholic Church arrived at very important, and different, answers to that eternal question. But if a person is truly saved by grace, then how ought we live? Consider the Anabaptist answer in part 4 of this series.
How involved should a Christian be in politics and why did the Anabaptists approach this topic with caution. Pastor Aaron asks us to consider our spiritual priorities above earthly priorities while looking into Romans 8.
Which lens do you use when you read the Bible? This is perhaps one of the most important, yet overlooked, topics among Christian circles. Consider the priorities of Michael Sattler as the Anabaptist movement began to take shape in 16th century Europe.
What is the central melody of the church and how does an Anabaptist Christ add, not subtract or distract, from this main melody? Pastor Aaron explores this topic while outlining what it means to be an Anabaptist in our day.