Platypus and the Anabaptist Tradition.

The evolutionary mut of the Protestant Reformation, the Anabaptist tradition is like the Platypus, hard to classify (see here for more). But, I believe, this tradition could be the secret agent of renewal everywhere.

Just like an unbecoming platypus could become “Agent P”, so too the Anabaptist tradition is on a covert mission. What do you think?



One Reply to “Platypus and the Anabaptist Tradition.”

  1. Yes, in fact, I’m kind of obsessed with the idea right now. However, I’d like to see some more definitive thought on what it means. The gift of the anabaptist tradition is the idea of counter society…but it easily leads to withdraw and exclusivity. 
    Your book was a step in the right direction. I’d like to see something more manifesto-ish. Perhaps an American equivalent of The Naked Anabaptist?

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