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, "Martin D"
> Kevin wrote:
> >>>I highly recommend you get a book called _The Reformers and
> >>>Stepchildren_, written by Leonard Verduin. Don't read anything
> else, save
> >>>for your Bible, until you get it. It's that important of a
For the group: I just came across an excellent critical review of
Verduin's book entitled: "A review of Leonard Verduin's waste-of-
time called The Reformers and Their Stepchildren" by Harry Seabrook.
There is also another good critical review written by Geoffery
Thomas many years ago from the Banner of Truth magazine
entitled, "Further Thoughts on the Reformers and their Stepchildren"
which shows the serious errors of Verduin's research.
Yet sadly, BoT in 1999 allowed the Baptist Errol Hulse to give
Verduin's book his hearty recommendation. He wrote
"Some will be surprised that I choose The Reformers and their
Stepchildren by Leonerd Verduin. This is a classic work which
vindicates many who have suffered. Verduin sets the records straight
and we need that kind of justice and also be reminded of the
shortcomings of the magisterial reformers." BoT 3/99.
I was quite disappointed to see the postmillennial calvinist Baptist
Errol Hulse write that. He really needs to read Dr. Lee's excellent
work cited by Martin below.
> I recommend instead, The Anabaptists and Their Stepchildren by Dr.
> It's even free here: