This dataset examines the beliefs and practices of early Anabaptist groups. Together with the dataset on the social networks of Anabaptist leaders, it can be used to examine the diffusion of theology and ideas among early Anabaptist groups.
- Data File
- Cases: 18
Weight Variable: None
- Data Collection
- Date Collected: 2010
- Funded By
- Institute for the Biocultural Study of Religion, Boston University
- Collection Procedures
- Using information historical and secondary sources, historical Anabaptist groups were coded as having certain beliefs and practices.
- Principal Investigators
- Charles Nunn, Duke University
Wesley Wildman, Boston University
- Related Publications
- Matthews, Luke J., Jeffrey Edmonds, Wesley J. Wildman, and Charles L. Nunn. 2013. "Cultural Inheritance or Cultural Diffusion of Religious Violence? A Quantitative Case Study of the Radical Refomation." Religion, Brain & Behavior 3(1):3-15.