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The Sociology of Mennonites, Hutterites, and Amish

A Bibliography With Annotations 1977-1990

by Donovan E. Smucker

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Published by Wilfrid Laurier Univ Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion,
  • Protestantism & Protestant Churches,
  • Sociology Of Religion,
  • Protestantism

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages213
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8212833M
    ISBN 100889209995
    ISBN 109780889209992

    Another irony is that the Amish celebrate, every October 11 th,the feast of Saint Michael (no work, etc, etc,.) the reason being, as we understand it, is that he is considered “Der Deutsche Michael”, the patron of the Germans.


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The Sociology of Mennonites, Hutterites, and Amish by Donovan E. Smucker Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Sociology of Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish: A Bibliography with Annotations, Volume II Hardcover – by Donovan E. Smucker (Editor)Format: Hardcover. The Sociology of Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish: A Bibliography with Annotations, Volume II ; Edited by Donovan E.

Smucker ; Book; Published by: Wilfrid Laurier University PressAuthor: Donovan E. Smucker. Using the tripartite division of Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish, the bibliography includes entries each with a concise summary and evaluation.

The entries are listed under the subheadings: books, theses, articles and unpublished manuscripts. Preceding the bibliography itself is an essay by the editor originally presented to Cited by: 2. The Sociology of Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish Donovan E. Smucker And Amish book by Wilfrid Laurier University Press Smucker, Donovan E.

The Sociology of Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish: A Bibliography with Annotations, Volume II Author: Donovan E. Smucker. This book provides an annotated survey and analysis of the sociological literature concerning three sectarian religious groups: the highly varied Mennonites, the communal Hutterites and the semi-communal anti-industrial Amish.

The Sociology of Canadian Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish Donovan E. Smucker Published by Wilfrid Laurier University Press Smucker, Donovan E. The Sociology of Canadian Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish: A Bibliography with by: 2.

wider Canadian context for Mennonites, Hutterites Hutterites Amish studies. The fifty-six page introduction is mainly devoted to the theories and methods in sociology of religion with only twelve pages given to the interpretation of religion in Canadian society. The introduction also contains a debatable definition of religion.

DRIEDGER, LEOCited by: 2. $ hc Available as an e-book California Mennonites Brian Froese “A welcome addition to the blossoming historiogra-phy of American Mennonite and Amish culture.” —The Mennonite Quarterly Review pp., 30 halftones, 3 maps $ hc Available as an e-book Serving the AmishFile Size: 6MB.

Like the Amish, the Hutterites are community based, but they take it to a new level with a communal way of living, where the residents of the community all work together (commune style, like a kibbutz). The Amish while living in their own communit. "This look at the history, similarities and differences between four groups of Old Order faithful in North America―Hutterites, Mennonites, Amish and Brethren―is fascinating A book that, in one volume, tackles history, sociology and future trends―and does it well." (J.

The Sociology of Mennonites Bill Christian Century)Cited by:   Synopsis. This book provides an annotated survey and analysis of the sociological literature concerning three sectarian religious groups: the highly varied Mennonites, the communal Hutterites and the semi-communal anti-industrial : Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

On the Backroad to Heaven is a unique guide to the world of Old Order Anabaptist groups. Focusing on four Old Order communities—the Hutterites, Mennonites, Amish, and Brethren—Donald B.

Kraybill /5(4). Lee "The Sociology of Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish A Bibliography with Annotations, Volume II " por disponible en Rakuten Kobo.

This book provides an annotated survey and analysis of the sociological literature concerning three sectarian religious Brand: Wilfrid Laurier University Press. The Anabaptists of North America sport an amazing spectrum of religious and cultural diversity from communal Hutterites to urban Mennonites, from low-tech Amish to acculturated Brethren.

New members with Asian, African, and Hispanic cultural roots add spice and color to traditional Anabaptist by: 3. The Sociology of Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish: A Bibliography With Annotations Volume II - Author Smucker, Donovan E.

(INSCRIBED) Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Near Fine Jacket condition No DJ Issued Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Wilfrid Laurier.

The editor provides an important new scholarly tool for locating and understanding the enormous expansion of scholarly research dealing with the sociology of Canadian Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish. Although the book includes research from Ameri. Get this from a library. The sociology of Canadian Mennonites, Hutterites, and Amish: a bibliography with annotations.

[Donovan E Smucker]. Vol. 1 () published under title: The sociology of Canadian Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish. On the Backroad to Heaven is a unique guidebook to the world of Old Order Anabaptist groups. Focusing on four Old Order communities -- the Hutterites, Mennonites, Amish, and Brethren -- Donald B.

Kraybill and Carl Desportes Bowman provide a fascinating overview of their culture, growth, and distinctive way of life. Following a general introduction to Old Order culture, they /5(3).

Get this from a library. The sociology of Canadian Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish: a bibliography with annotations. [Donovan E Smucker]. The Anabaptists of North America sport an amazing spectrum of religious and cultural diversity - from communal Hutterites to urban Mennonites, from low-tech Amish to acculturated Brethren.

New members with Asian, African, and Hispanic cultural roots add spice and color to traditional Anabaptist ways. Counting more than 6, congregations and different groups, the Pages: Kraybill shares that deep knowledge in this succinct overview of the beliefs and cultural practices of Amish, Brethren, Hutterites, and Mennonites in North America.

Found throughout Canada, Central America, Mexico, and the United States, these religious communities include more than different groups withmembers in 17 by: The editor provides an important new scholarly tool for locating and understanding the enormous expansion of scholarly research dealing with the sociology of Canadian Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish.

Although the book includes research from American scholars, the editor devotes special attention to Canadian works concerning these important and Brand: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

The Amish, Mennonite, and Hutterite Genetic Disorder Database was created in response to a paucity of resources for medical practitioners who treat these populations. The database focuses on single-gene Mendelian disorders and the specific mutations that Cited by: Hutterites (German: Hutterer), also called Hutterian Brethren (German: Hutterische Brüder), are an ethnoreligious group that is a communal branch of Anabaptists who, like the Amish and Mennonites, trace their roots to the Radical Reformation of the early 16th century.

The founder of the Hutterites, Jacob Hutter, "established the Hutterite colonies on the basis of the. The Sociology of Mennonites, Hutterites & Amish A Bibliography With Annotations, Volume II, (Book): This book provides an annotated survey and analysis of the sociological literature concerning three sectarian religious groups: the highly varied Mennonites, the communal Hutterites and the semi-communal anti-industrial Amish.

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out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. On the Backroad to Heaven is a unique guide to the world of Old Order Anabaptist groups. Focusing on four Old Order communitiesthe Hutterites, Mennonites, Amish, and BrethrenDonald B. Kraybill and Carl Desportes Bowman provide a fascinating overview of their culture, growth, and distinctive way of life/5.

About a year ago Herald Press gave me the opportunity to realize this dream. They were working on a Plain Spoken series where Amish, Mennonite and Hutterite writers can share their stories. When their query letter reached me, via a friend in Alberta, they were looking for a Hutterite interested in writing a book with them.

I was intrigued and. The Amish and Mennonite traditions eventually emerged from the Anabaptist movement in the late s. In addition to the Amish, numerous other groups including Mennonites, Hutterites, and Brethren can be included as descendants of the Anabaptists.

The term Anabaptist is still used to describe these groups, many of which still share similar. Genre/Form: Electronic books Bibliography Bibliographie: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Smucker, Donovan E., Sociology of Canadian Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish.

This book is a companion to SmuckerOCOs publication The Sociologyof Canadian Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish, which is referred to asVol. While the first volume consisted primarily of citations relatingto Canadian Mennonites, Hutterites, and Amish, the present volume ismuch broader in scope, in that it includes materials from both the.

The Hutterites of Montana’s King Colony The National Geographic Channel is on a roll with programs about Anabaptist groups. The popular Amish: Out of Order program is entering its final weeks, while last week a new series called American Colony: Meet the Hutterites premiered on the network.

Amish and Mennonites share numerous similarities. However, this question is more complicated than it may first appear, as the Amish are a diverse group, as are the churches that fall under the Mennonite umbrella. Below, a look at some similarities and differences among different factions of the Amish and Mennonites.

The Hutterites come out of the same "Anabaptist" movement of the Protestant Reformation of the 's as the Mennonites. Their beliefs are similar to the Mennonites although somewhat more conservative. They believe in separating themselves from society and in the communal ownership of all property, thus they live in Hutterite Colonies.

Donald Kraybill just had a busy month. Most people would consider releasing one book an event, but in October Kraybill released two–The Amish Way: Patient Faith in a Perilous World, co-authored with Steven Nolt and David Weaver-Zercher, and the Concise Encyclopedia of Amish, Brethren, Hutterites, and Mennonites.

The Sociology of Canadian Mennonites Hutterites and Amish Book Summary: The editor provides an important new scholarly tool for locating and understanding the enormous expansion of scholarly research dealing with the sociology of Canadian Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish.

Although the book includes research from American scholars, the editor. The Hutterites are a German speaking religious group with years of history. They are Anabaptists and originated in the Austrian Tyrol during the Reformation in the 16th century. The characteristic that separates them from similar groups like the Amish and the Mennonites is that they live communally.

Donald B. Kraybill has spent his career among Anabaptist groups, gaining an unparalleled understanding of these traditionally private people. Kraybill shares that deep knowledge in this succinct overview of the beliefs and cultural practices of Amish, Brethren, Hutterites, and Mennonites in North America.

They come from a little-known faith. Hutterites are spiritual cousins of Mennonites and the Amish. All three movements descended from the Anabaptists, a group of Christians dating to 16th century Europe that rejected the idea of infant baptism.

On the Backroad to Heaven is a unique guidebook to the world of Old Order Anabaptist groups. Focusing on four Old Order communities -- the Hutterites, Mennonites, Amish, and Brethren -- Donald B.

Kraybill and Carl Desportes Bowman provide a fascinating overview of their culture, growth, and distinctive way of life/5(15).On the Backroad to Heaven: Old Order Hutterites, Mennonites, Amish, and Brethren Donald B. Kraybill, Author, Carl F. Bowman, Author Johns Hopkins University Press $65 (p) ISBN .The term Ethnic Mennonite refers to Mennonites of Central European ancestry and culture who are considered to be members of a Mennonite ethnic or ethno-religious term is also used for aspects of their culture, such as ethnic Mennonite food like Pfeffernüsse, Borscht and Tweebak.

History. The most prominent ethnic Mennonite groups are Russian Mennonites .