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Transcript of The Hutterites
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Jacob Hutter. Wikipedia, 10 Nov. 2012. Web. 3 Dec. 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob_Hutter>. Hutterites. Wikipedia, 13 Oct. 2005. Web. 21 Nov. 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hutterite>. Thank You! The Hutterites Nicole Winters & Chloe Middegaal Ways of Life: Who's Part Of The Colony? Beliefs & Basic Tenants Introduction Jacob Hutter Born In South Italy, in 1500. Easily persuaded to convert and become a dedicated member of the newly established religion. Preached beliefs through his native homeland. Faced endless persecution. Though he underwent great deals of torture, he refused to release the names of any fellow Anabaptists. Hutter was eventually
publically executed and
burned. Anabaptist Founders Prejudice Persecution Discrimination Jacob Hutter & Jesus Dariusleut Schmiedeleut Lehrerleut peace, Nonviolence Sharing Communal Lifestyle Community Of Goods Working for one another = highest command of love 50-100 members Colony Manager Minister Farm Manager Holy Places Sacred Scriptures Bethlehem Protestant Nazareth Jerusalem Vatican Seperation from Outside Pacifists Hutterite Worship & Rituals & Way of Life Examinations Teachings Sermons Years of Education Hutterite Education Symbolism World Religions QAT Contemporary Issues of Faith