The Anabaptist Emigration to Pennsylvania in the 18th Century (CD Set)
In these fascinating and informative messages, Thomas Martin summarizes the history, doctrines, and lessons we can learn from the tumultuous events of the Anabaptist emigration to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, during the eighteenth century.
The Anabaptist Emigration to Pennsylvania in the 18th Century includes:
- Swiss Origins of Pennsylvania Dutch
- Menno's Christology and Its Significance
- God's Providential Care of the Anabaptist Refugees
- Lessons to Be Learned from the Plain Community
Thomas Martin has been a practicing lawyer for 48 years, serving 17 years as a magisterial district judge in Chester County after an active legal practice. Tom has both Anabaptist and Reformed ancestors who settled in Lancaster County in the early 18th century. In fact, he continues to maintain the family farm established in 1727, one of the oldest in Pennsylvania. Tom has been married to Bonnie for 50 years, and they have two children and six grandchildren. He enjoys collecting rare books, and has served as an elder of several churches.
(4 message on 4 CDs)
Conference Gap Bible Series
Speaker Thomas Martin