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Alexander Mack: A Man Who Rippled the Waters
Alexander Mack: A Man Who Rippled the Waters


 
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Illustrated by: Mary Jewell
Author: Myrna Grove

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Alexander Mack (1679-1735) was the first minister and organizer of the Brethren movement in Germany in the 18th century. Mack lived during an unsettling time, and he was dissatisfied with practices in the established church. Mack sought to humbly follow the teachings of Jesus and live his faith every day. Since the first baptisms in Schwarzenau, Germany, in 1708, Mack's influence has been far-reaching. In 1729, he migrated to Germantown, Pennsylvania, where the church expanded. This well-written text is accompanied by vibrant color illustrations throughout. (60pp. full-color illus. hardcover.2008.)

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