Pietist and Anabaptist Intersections in Pennsylvania:
The Life and Influence of Alexander Mack Jr.
June 6-8, 2012
The Young Center
This study conference commemorates the 300th birthday of Alexander Mack, Jr., an important Brethren leader. Mack was a weaver, minister, and writer of poetry, doctrinal and devotional works. From his childhood in Germany and the Netherlands to his short time in the Ephrata community to his mature years as a minister in the Germantown congregation of Brethren, Mack’s life represents many intersections of Pietism and Anabaptism as well various religious and cultural experiences.
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