Christian
Mennonites
The Mennonites trace their history to the most radical wing of the sixteenth-century Protestant Reformation, whose adherents wanted a complete separation from the state and church membership limited to dedicated believing Christians. Persecuted for decades, they eventually found leadership in the person of former catholic priest Menno Simons and some havens from the suppressive powers of the state which allowed them to survive to the present.

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