The Tailor-King

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History

 

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Connie L

 

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May 26, 2013

 

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Eventually they drove out the majority of other believers and the ranks of Munster swelled with Anabaptists from other areas, particularly Holland. A charismatic leader, a former baker named Jan Matthias, was one of these. Jan van Leyden, another Dutch Anabaptist, had called him to Munster and a group led by a wealthy local merchant...
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A charismatic leader, a former baker named Jan Matthias, was one of these. Jan van Leyden, another Dutch Anabaptist, had called him to Munster and a group led by a wealthy local merchant. Together they declared war on the local Prince-Bishop and were rewarded with a siege of their fortified town. Deemed heretics by pretty well everyone, Catholic and Lutheran, the Anabaptists were determined to hold out, seize the countryside and establish a New Kingdom of Zion...
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