provided here are for the purpose of having online material where you
can learn what each faith has to say about itself. While these
links are not about "religious anthropology" itself, having a
knowledge of what each faith believes can be an important tool in many
studies of the anthropology of religion.
In the review annotations, I will let the site
speak for itself as much as possible.
Global Anabaptist Mennonite
Encyclopedia Online __ "The Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online is
pleased to be able to make available a variety of other resources. These include
the full text of significant Mennonite confessions of faith and position
statements on a variety of issues. A few early confessions of other faith groups
are also included. All of these documents include the "source document"
watermark, to help the reader distinguish between encyclopedia articles and
full-text source documents..." You will find a wealth of information. -
illustrated - From gameo.org -
National Committee For Amish Religious Freedom __ Founded in 1967 at the
University of Chicago for the purpose of preserving the religious liberty of the
Origins Of The Old Order Amish __ Origins of the Old Order Amish The Amish,
called "The Plain People" or Old Order Amish, originated in Switzerland about
l525. They came from a division of the Mennonites or Anabaptists (Rebaptizers).