LIBERTATEA DE CONȘTIINȚĂ ÎN TEOLOGIA ȘI PRACTICA REFORMATORILOR ANABAPTIȘTI DIN SECOLUL AL XVI-LEA CU IMPLICAȚII CONTEMPORANE

  • Drd. Alexandru Ivan Universitatea din București
Keywords: anabaptist, freedom of conscience, baptism, relationship between state and church, religious tolerance

Abstract

Freedom of Conscience in Theology and the Practice of 16th-Century Anabaptist Reformers with Contemporary Implications

In the present article we will start to establish the importance of the freedom of conscience from the anabaptist theology and practice. We are interest to find out the role of anabaptist leaders, trough their writings and their testimony in the  middle of XVI century. The importance of freedom of conscience is so disputed in our age, and we will find out how this anabaptist movement had promote this principal in her theology. It is also important to understand the importance of  separation between state and the church promote by trough this movement. The existence of this hybrid is the major problem and the practice of baptizing children is the most important disputed doctrines between anabaptist movement and the other parts  of the Reform.

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Published
2022-04-07
How to Cite
Ivan, D. A. (2022). LIBERTATEA DE CONȘTIINȚĂ ÎN TEOLOGIA ȘI PRACTICA REFORMATORILOR ANABAPTIȘTI DIN SECOLUL AL XVI-LEA CU IMPLICAȚII CONTEMPORANE. Journal for Freedom of Conscience (Jurnalul Libertății De Conștiință), 8(2), 126-143. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6354078