Transforming Faith Communities
A Comparative Study of Radical Christianity in Sixteenth-Century Anabaptism and Late Twentieth-Century Latin America
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"The experiences of the sixteenth-century Anabaptists and the advocates of liberation theology have not been compared in the systematic way evidenced here. The conclusions Bochenski reaches, with twenty-first-century mission in mind, are fresh and challenging. His work is a pleasure to read. It is rigorous in the way it pursues an argument, but at the same time it is thoroughly accessible."
--Ian Randall, Senior Research Fellow, International Baptist Theological Seminary
"Bochenski, in a way I count as inspired, brings two significant faith traditions together in this erudite work. In so doing he brings to light--by contrast and comparison--a series of insights of benefit to all who aspire to live faithfully in and as the community of Christ's followers. This book and its contents serve us well."
--Nigel G. Wright, Principal, Spurgeon's College
"Bochenski has produced a stimulating work exploring insights from early Anabaptist and Latin American base communities. Though separated by over four centuries of Christian life and development, they exhibit challenging parallels. . . . The points of contact are vital in the search for the continuing reformation of the church."
--Keith G. Jones, Rector, International Baptist Theological Seminary