Studies in Anabaptist and Theology and Ethics is dedicated to displaying the vibrant global resurgence of theological reflection and praxis in and adjacent to the Anabaptist tradition. In a world that is fraught with overt and covert forms of violence, this series provides a platform for global voices to contribute new ways of seeing, understanding, and living what it means to love one’s enemy and one’s neighbor with the peace of God that surpasses much of the wisdom of the day.
Anabaptism emerged as a Christian movement in sixteenth-century Europe, but today its heirs—whether called Mennonite, Brethren, Quaker, Amish, neo-Anabaptist, or any number of other designations—are scattered around the world, and especially the global South. Therefore, while recognizing that the preponderance of academic theology in the peace church tradition still occurs in North America and Europe, this series is committed to publishing voices that represent the theological imaginations, concerns, heartbreaks, and convictions of the entire global family. To that end, volumes will draw from established and emerging voices and take a variety of forms, including but not limited to monographs, case studies, and edited collections.
Books in the series
Vol. 2: Liberating the Politics of Jesus: Renewing Peace Theology through the Wisdom of Women
edited by Darryl W. Stephens, Elizabeth Soto Albrecht
Vol. 1: Recovering from the Anabaptist Vision: New Essays in Anabaptist Identity and Theological Method
edited by Laura Schmidt Roberts, Paul Martens, and Myron A. Penner
The Mennonite Scholars and Friends 2020 Forum featured a roundtable discussion on Recovering from the Anabaptist Vision with the editors and authors.