Horse-And-Buggy Mennonites: Hoofbeats of Humility in a Postmodern World

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In this first-of-its-kind study of the Wenger Mennonites, Kraybill and Hurd -- a sociologist and an anthropologist -- use cultural analysis to interpret the Wengers in both Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. They systematically compare the Wengers with other Mennonite groups as well as with the Amish, showing how relationships with these other groups have had a powerful impact on shaping the identity of the Wenger Mennonites in the Anabaptist world. As Kraybill and Hurd show, the Wengers have learned that it is impossible to ...

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