I’m Mennonite, Not Amish: 7 Common Questions

 

→ I’m Mennonite, Not Amish: 7 Common Questions  – The Femonite

It’s easy to get lost in the dendritic maze of religious labels in general, but when you drill down into a specific subsets, like the Anabaptists, it gets more and more confusing to the average person because in the years following their inception have split, split, and split again. In a humorous fashion this article will help the average person get a grasp on the essential differences between modern Mennonites and the Amish. Just remember: All Amish are Mennonites, but not all Mennonites are Amish. 

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