I can’t think of a better person to blog about Anabaptist issues than David Cramer. I first got to know David when we worked together on editing a collection of essays about the complicated historical and theological intersection of Anabaptists and evangelicals (The Activist Impulse, 2014). Since that time, David has gone on to earn a PhD from Baylor, publish numerous articles on Anabaptist theology, and make significant contributions to the scholarly conversation about John Howard Yoder. He is also a pastor, activist, and the new managing editor of the Institute of Mennonite Studies at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (AMBS). And in all his spare time, he teachers a few courses at AMBS as well. The blog joins the Patheos list under “Evangelical” and can be found here.
In an email to me, David described the blog this way:
The goal is to introduce Anabaptist theology and life to evangelicals and to thereby foster better understanding between the two groups (and those of us who straddle them).
If these topics are of interest to you, I encourage you to add Anabaptist Revisions to your blog list. I know I will.