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Do all Anabaptists agree?

Findings from the 2014 Global Anabaptist Profile

From the latest political battle to terrorist attack, today’s headlines often depict a divided and broken world. But how are Christians, specifically Anabaptists, responding to these issues? In the 2014 Global Anabaptist Profile conducted on behalf of Mennonite World Conference, nearly 1,000 participants across 24 Anabaptist groups, including BIC from Canada, Malawi, Zimbabwe, and the United States, weighed in on important social issues. Here’s what the survey revealed about the Brethren in Christ U.S.—by the numbers.


This article originally appeared in the spring/summer 2016 issue of In Part magazine.

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