Definition of Anabaptist denomination
1. Noun. A Protestant sect denying infant baptism and baptising only believers.
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Literary usage of Anabaptist denomination
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1. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1910)
"The Swiss Brethren, the leading anabaptist denomination of Switzerland and southern Germany, were first organized at Zurich, in Jan., 1525. ..."
2. The Expansion of Europe: A History of the Foundations of the Modern World by Wilbur Cortez Abbott (1918)
"This was the so-called anabaptist denomination, whose earliest representatives, the "false prophets of Zwickau," had been denounced by Luther, ..."
3. Memoirs of John Quincy Adams: Comprising Portions of His Diary from 1795 to 1848 by John Quincy Adams (1876)
"He appears to have prevaricated on the subject of his conversion to the Anabaptist denomination ; and his last controversial writings against the Quakers ..."
4. History of the Town of Cheshire, Berkshire County, Mass. by Ellen M. Raynor, Emma L. Petitclerc, James Madison Barker (1885)
"... in trust as a ministerial lot or glebe land for the support of a preacher of the anabaptist denomination. Upon this land lived Elder Peter Werden, ..."
5. Berkshire Book (1892)
"... northern slope of the hill to .louh Stafford in trust as a ministerial lot or glebe land for the support of a preacher of the anabaptist denomination. ..."