Interested in learning more about the Reformation and how the Grace Brethren movement fits in with other Anabaptists? Here are a few resources you might want to consult.
Durnbaugh, Donald F. European Origins of the Brethren: A Source Book on the Beginnings of the Church of the Brethren in the Early Eighteenth Century. Brethren Press, 1958.
Estep, William R. The Anabaptist Story: An Introduction of Sixteenth-Century Anabaptism. Eerdmans, 1995.
Gregory, Brad S. Rebel in the Ranks: Martin Luther, the Reformation, and the Conflicts That Continue to Shape Our World. HarperOne, 2017.
Loewen, Harry and Steven M. Nolt. Through Fire and Water: An Overview of Mennonite History. Herald Press, 2010.
Mast-Kirschning, Ulrike. “Lutherans reconcile with Mennonites 500 years after bloody persecution” Deutsche Welle, 26 July 2010. (dw.com/en/lutherans- reconcile-with-mennonites-500-years-after-bloody- persecution/a-5837683). Accessed 3 September 2017.
Meier, Marcus. The Origins of the Schwarzenau Brethren, Dennis Slabaugh, trans. Brethren Encyclopedia, 2008.
Moore, Charles E. “Believers’ Church Conference Goshen College ⁄ Goshen, IN” (plough.com/en/ events/2017/believers-church-conference). Accessed 3 September 2017.
Scoles, Todd. Restoring the Household: The Quest of the Grace Brethren Church. BMH Books, 2008.
Sherwood, Harriet. “After 500 years, Europe’s Reformation scars have all but healed, study finds.” The Guardian, 31 August 2017. (theguardian.com/ world/2017/aug/31/reformation-protestant-catholic- europe-scars-healed-study). Accessed 3 September 2017.
Wiker, Benjamin. The Reformation 500 Years Later: 12 Things You Need to Know. Regnery History, 2017.