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The Legacy of Michael Sattler

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Michael Sattler has been called, by admirers and critics, the most significant first-generation leader of Anabaptism. This is a collection of documents by and about Sattler, edited by John Howard Yoder, with introductions and extensive notes.

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Key Features

  • Explores the life and influence of Michael Sattler
  • Contains pictures to enhance the text
  • Provides insight into the beginning of Anabaptism


  • Parting with the Strasbourg Reformers
  • The Schleitheim Brotherly Union
  • Imprisonment: Letter to Horb
  • Martyrdom
  • The Capito Letters
  • On Divorce
  • On the Satisfaction of Christ
  • On Two Kinds of Obedience
  • On False Prophets and Evil Overseers
  • Epistle from Melchior Rinck
  • When Christ with His Teaching True
  • How Scripture Should Be Discerningly Exposited

Praise for the Print Edition

Translations by Yoder are faithful to the original.

Mennonite Quarterly Review

Reading these works with Yoder’s notes acquaints one with the distinctive concerns of the early Anabaptists and the issues in the formative period of Reformation dissent.

Restoration Quarterly

An excellent tool for study from the original text by students of Anabaptist thought.

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About John Howard Yoder

John Howard Yoder (1927–1997) taught ethics and theology at Notre Dame University and Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary. He received his doctorate from the University of Basel, Switzerland, and was a member of the Mennonite Church in Elkhart, Indiana.