Difference between revisions of "Martyrs Mirror"

From Anabaptistwiki
Line 103: Line 103:
<div style=center> <font style=family-font:Garamond>
<div style=center> <font style=family-font:Garamond>
= Ecumenical Dialogue Between Mennonites and other Christian Faith Traditions =
==Past Dialogue and Reconciliation==
==Past Dialogue and Reconciliation==
==Ongoing Dialogue==
==Ongoing Dialogue==

Revision as of 00:16, 15 June 2012

This page is currently under construction.

Brief summary.

For more information about the history of the Martyrs Mirror, see http://www.gameo.org/encyclopedia/encyclopedia/contents/M37858ME.html.

Martyrs Mirror Text



Making the Martyrs Mirror


Primary Sources

Editions and Translations


People of the Martyrs Mirror



Interpreting the Martyrs Mirror

Guides to Reading

Retelling the Stories

Children's Stories


Bibliography Notes
Augsburger, Myron S., Hans Jörg Meier, and Tabea Kunz. Ich werde dich wieder sehen. Saglianes, Seewis: Breakthrough Publisher, 2003. WorldCat
Burkholder, Kendra. Kogo mne boi︠a︡t'si︠a︡. Ephrata, PA: Grace Press, Inc, 2001. WorldCat
Burkholder, Kendra, and Dale Burkholder. "Whom Shall I Fear?". Crockett, Ky: Rod and Staff Publishers, 1996. WorldCat
Children of the Highest. Costa Rica, C.A.: Pearl Press, 1997. WorldCat
Esh, Claudia. We Are His Witnesses: An Anabaptist Martyr Story. Sugarcreek, OH: Carlisle Press, 2011. WorldCat
Martin, John. The Hollow Tree Letters. 1986. WorldCat
Staal, M. van der. Anneke Jansz: Historisch verhaal uit den eersten tijd der hervorming. Urk: De Vuurtoren, 1976. WorldCat
Stoll, Joseph, and Joseph Stoll. La esposa del tamborilero: y otras historias. Crockett, Ky: Editorial Vara Y Cayado [Rod and Staff], 1981. WorldCat
Stoll, Joseph, and Thieleman J. van Braght. The Drummer's Wife: And Other Stories from Martyrs' Mirror. Aylmer, Ont: Pathway Pub, 1994. WorldCat
Veen, P. H. Een aangrijpende bladzijde uit onze historie. S.l: Commissie voor de Doopsgezinden in de verstrooiing, 1901. World Cat
Zook, Joe, and Thieleman J. van Braght. The Anguish of Faith: A Fictional Story Based on the Lives of the Martyrs. Morgantown, PA: Masthof Press, 2010. WorldCat

Contemporary Responses

History, Criticism, and Perspectives

Bibliography Notes
Beachy, Kirsten. Tongue Screws and Testimonies: Poems, Stories, and Essays Inspired by The Martyrs Mirror. Scottdale, Pa: Herald Press, 2010.
Heatwole, Daniel R. The Ephrata Martyrs' Mirror Past and Present. Scottdale, Pa: Mennonite Publ. House, n.d.
Hertzler, Joseph Shenk. Getting Acquainted with Martyrs' Mirror. 1967.
Horsch, John. Der Blutige Schauplatz, Oder, Martyrer Spiegel. 1900.
King, Shirley Sprunger. Singing at the Fire: Voices of the Anabaptist Martyrs: Organ Lecture-Recital. 1997.
Krahn, Cornelius, and Jan Luiken. The Witness of the Martyr's Mirror for Our Day. North Newton, Kansas: Bethel College, 1967.
Kreider, Alan. The Relevance of Martyrs' Mirror to Our Time. London, England: A. Kreider, 1984.
Nelson, Dawn Ruth. Verbal Formulae and Repetitive Motifs in the Martyrs Mirror Accounts. 1974.
Nolan, Dennis J. Religion and Civil Authority: A Radical Christian View of Church-State Relations As Portrayed in the Martyrs Mirror. Japan: Kant⁻o Gakuin Daigaku Law Research Institute, 1999. Second of two parts
Studer, Gerald C. A History of the Martyrs Mirror: Written for Mennonite History Class and the Mennonite Historical Society. 1947.
Swartzentruber, A. Orley. A Study of the Piety and the Theology of the Anabaptist Martyrs in Van Braght's Martyrs Mirror. 1953.

Musical Responses

Bibliography Notes
Parker, Alice, John L. Ruth, Thieleman J. van Braght, and Richard Hosteltler. Martyr’s Mirror Oratorio. Goshen, IN: Richard Hostetler, 2004. DVD
Parker, Alice, and John L. Ruth. Martyr's Mirror Oratorio. S.l: Parker, 1971. Libretto printed as program for presentation at Goshen College, 1971 October 31
Sauder, Dorothy. Sesquicentennial of the Amish Mennonites of Ontario. Ontario Amish Mennonites, 1972. Includes Martyrs Mirror oratorio
Weirich, David, and Thieleman J. van Braght. Martyrs mirror: for concert band. Grand Junction, CO: Grand Mesa Music Publishers, 2001. Band scores

Ecumenical Dialogue between Mennonites and other Christian Faith Traditions

Picture4.pngMennonite World Conference President Bishop Danisa Ndlovu and LWF General Secretary Rev. Dr Ishmael Noko embrace following Dr Noko's message to the 2009 MWC World Assembly concerning Lutheran regret for persecution of Anabaptists. © Lowell Brown [1]

Past Dialogue and Reconciliation

Ongoing Dialogue

Bibliography of Ecumenism

Past Dialogue and Reconciliation

Bibliography of Ecumenism Notes
Something, Something. DVD
Words Words Libretto printed as program for presentation at Goshen College, 1971 October 31
Insert bibliographic citation here. Includes Martyrs Mirror oratorio
See also Stuttgart Apology, Tri-Lateral Dialogue on Baptism
Category Category:Ecumenical Dialogue by Faith Tradition not found

Lutherrose.png Baptists.png SeventhDayAdventists.png Popevatican.jpg Calvin.png
Lutherans Baptists Seventh Day Adventists Roman Catholic Church Reformed Church