For over 450 years , the work of Peter Riedemann ( 1506-1556 ) The structure and life of the Christian Faith houttériens , supporting their desire for a peaceful life as disciples of Christ and community . It has amply contributed to maintaining the original idea of houtériennes Anabaptist communities , throughout centuries of persecution or indifference. Jacob Hutter , who died at the stake February 25, 1536 , has had time to start the movement that bears his name. Peter Riedemann was its second founder. He gave her his unity with the dogmatic and ethical elements he needed to settle in time.
The presentation of our religion , our doctrine and our Faith is the complete state of his mind . Rigor , combined with his prophetic impulse , explains the attachment that your houttériens testified to the treaty until today. This text has somehow served to rule their family and evangelical communities , which are reminiscent of some forms of your monastic life.
In a world in search of benchmarks and community experiences for avid Christian fellowship and a witness of peace , the paths opened by Peter Riedemann can find a date. His statement is sometimes confusing.
Reading requires effort. But he wins â out of oblivion .