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Printed in red an black on handmade, uncut paper under Lechter's supervision at Otto von Holten. Reviewed publication based on the Goerres translation. Laid in publisher's original Christmas advertisement and two invitations to special exhibitions of the publishing house in an The text is a compilation of single thoughts presented in the form of a handbook, organized according to various Christian aspects.

It is meant to be helpful to the Christian soul, in particular monks, nuns, ascetics, etc. Text in German. Slipcase rubbed with light soiling and wear along edges, small chips and one inch closed tear at bottom front edge. Binding lightly rubbed with few very light markings and foxing. Binding in overall very good, interior in near fine condition. Melchior Lechter was the founder of the Einhorn-Press and the printer for many of Stefan George's publications.

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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. All Languages. More filters. Sort order. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. He was educated by a religious order called the Brethren of the Common Life, and in due course joined the order, was ordained a priest, became sub-prior of his house in the low Countries , and died 25 July his feast is observed a day early to avoid conflict with that of James bar-Zebedee the Apostle. Thomas is known almost entirely for composing or compiling a manual of spiritual advice known as The Imitation of Christ , in which he urges the reader to seek to follow the example of Jesus Christ and to be conformed in all things to His will.

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All rights reserved. It was the particular genius of 16th-century Anabaptism to interpret the essence of Christianity as discipleship to Christ Nachfolge Christi. By this the Anabaptists meant something definite in experience, not just a connection with the church, or an espousal of the traditional doctrines of Christianity, or even doing good works.

In their understanding the individual responds to the call of Christ, forsakes his life of sin and self, receives a new nature, comes under the lordship of Christ, and takes Christ's life and teachings as normative for himself and for the church, and indeed ultimately for the whole social order. His faith in Christ thus finds expression in "newness of life"; this expression and similar ones such as "a new creature" were common.

The uniqueness of Anabaptism lies in its conviction that Christ is more than a divine being to be worshiped, more than a Saviour who brings forgiveness through the cross and deliverance from the penalty and power of sin; He is the Lord to be followed and obeyed, and with whom the Christian enters into a covenant that controls his whole life. Henceforth his life is to be lived so that Christ's life and teachings are to be concretely and realistically expressed by him in principle, in the context of the kingdom of God.

This interpretation of Christianity with its attendant concept of the church as a fellowship of obedient disciples, and with its ethic of love, stands in contrast to the Lutheranism of the Reformation whose central emphasis upon man's alienation from God and his restoration justification by the grace of God, resulted in the interpretation of Christianity primarily as the experience of forgiveness. The two Reformation movements, Lutheranism and Anabaptism, with their differing ideological foci, were consciously in opposition to each other.

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Lutheranism saw in Anabaptist discipleship a works-righteousness and legalism, while Anabaptism saw in Luther's "faith only"—justification a lifeless faith and a compromise with the claims and call of Christ. The two positions, purified of extremes and misunderstandings, are not in necessary conflict, but should be complementary parts of a full New Testament Christianity.

To describe in detail the meaning of discipleship as the Anabaptists saw it would mean an extensive exposition of their theology and ethics, which is impossible here. Major aspects of the concept include: 1 holy living; 2 suffering in the spirit of Christ, bearing the cross; 3 the practice of love and nonresistance; 4 separation from the world of sin and evil; 5 full brotherhood in the church; 6 obedience to the great commission; 7 a disciplined church; 8 rejection of the use of power by the Christian e. In adopting this concept of discipleship the Anabaptists committed themselves existentially to Christ without calculating all the consequences.

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  8. They did realize that their stand meant a break with the continuity of the past "Christian" social order, the corpus christianum, and they consciously took this step. They saw the world as divided into two kingdoms, with the Christian partaking in only one, the kingdom of God, and standing in conflict with the other. While the Anabaptist vision of discipleship is theoretically clear, its implications have not always been clear to those who have espoused it, Anabaptists, Mennonites, or others.

    Just how is it to be applied in all respects?

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    For many it has meant withdrawal from the world as we know it in order to share the intimate fellowship and high standards of the Christian brotherhood, not always escaping in the process the temptations of legalism and externalism. Others, having either deliberately or unconsciously moved out into the world, lost much of the essence of the original vision and adopted the common compromises of traditional Christianity with the absolutes of Christ.

    The midth century spiritual renascence among Mennonites, particularly in North America, has led to a critical re-examination of the contemporary Mennonite performance in the light of the high discipleship concept, and a search for a fuller and more effective expression of the concept in the context of the modern world. Where Anabaptist discipleship has been kept from descending into mere ethics or even moralism, it has been by the strong sense of identification with Christ in personal love and dedication, including identification with Him in His sufferings and in His ultimate victory.

    The Anabaptists had a strong sense of history and of God at work in it, and hence also of eschatology.

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    This sense, combined with their experience of suffering under persecution, produced their "theology of martyrdom," as Ethelbert Stauffer has called it, which was not merely a source of consolation in trial but a real theology of victory. This book, for all its urging upon the Christian disciple the imitation of the character of his Master by the conquest of the human passions and the vices to which they lead, and its call for the production of the virtues of Christ, is concerned primarily with the inner world of the soul where the Christian is to cultivate his spiritual life with his eye upon heaven as his goal.

    Self-renunciation and resignation are the highest virtues; it is mysticism mixed with asceticism. The ideal is withdrawal from society for contemplation; hence the social dimension is almost completely lacking, and there is no criticism of the social or religious order with a view to establishing a full Christian order in the brotherhood and church of the living Christ in the midst of the present world.

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    Thomas has more kinship with the later Pietists than with the Anabaptists. The idea of discipleship is not unique with Anabaptism; it has appeared in various forms through the centuries both before and after the Reformation. It has been a recurring creative idea throughout Christian history. It was the mission of the Anabaptists to give powerful expression to this vision at a creative moment in history, at the beginning of the "Modern Age," and not only to enunciate the vision but to strive earnestly to put it into practice.

    But they were ahead of their time. Caught in the crushing grip of a church and state which refused their vision, they were almost destroyed, and largely prevented from becoming a significant factor in the ongoing life of western Christendom. But their vision has survived and continued to challenge the modern church. By Harry Huebner. Discipleship denotes a specific basis for Christian living. As such it is closely connected with the topic of Christian ethics. Discipleship is seen by most scholars as the central framework for the Anabaptist and Mennonite understanding of ethics and the church.

    In the s there were Christian ethicists from several other denominations advocating the use of this term to describe their ecclesiology. Also, Mennonite theologians, e. Gordon Kaufman and J. Lawrence Burkholder , have suggested that the term "responsibility" is an important component of discipleship and could serve as a corrective to a naive following of Jesus, because it can more readily deal with the ambiguities of contemporary society in relation to which a Mennonite ethic is to be constructed.

    The tension between discipleship and responsibility characterizes much of the current debate.