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Claas Epp, Jr.

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Claas Epp Jr. (September 21, 1838 – January 19, 1913) was a Russian Mennonite minister known for leading his followers into Central Asia where he predicted ...

Epp, Claas (1838-1913) - GAMEO

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Aug 20, 2013 ... Claas Epp Jr., minister: born 9 September 1838 in Fürstenwerder, Prussia, the seventh of eleven children of Claasz Epp (1 January 1803, ...

Direction: Mennonite Millennial Madness: A Case Study

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My purpose in choosing Claas Epp and his followers as my case study is not to .... Claas Epp, Jr., was successful in agriculture and apparently owned three ...

Last Oasis: The Mennonite Refuge in Khiva :: Mennonite Life ...

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Jan 29, 2015 ... North American Mennonites almost always associate this story with the End Times errors of Claas Epp, Jr. and the hardships suffered by those ...

Great Mennonite Trek to Central Asia - Google

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... occur in Central Asia, and by the loss of their exemption from military service. Abraham Peters and Claas Epp, Jr. were the two key leaders of the migration.

Apocalyptic Debacle or Christian-Muslim Paradigm? | Walter Ratliff

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Dec 12, 2010 ... One of the most important figures was the key prophet of the trek, Claas Epp Jr. He was a businessman and teacher from the Am Trakt colony ...

Pilgrims on the Silk Road: A Muslim-Christian Encounter in Khiva ...

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Uzbeks do not remember anything about the strange theologies of Claas Epp Jr. To them, the Mennonites were farmers, entrepreneurs, and valuable neighbors.

Heinrich Jacob Staerkel - Norka - a German colony in Russia

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During Jacob's time in Neu-Hussenbach, he came into contact with a group of religious visionaries, led by Claas Epp, Jr., a businessman and teacher who lived  ...

The Russian Mennonite Story: The Golden Era - Anabaptists Live

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From this colony Claas Epp Jr. led a group of emigrants further east to present- day Turkmenistan to await the return of Christ in 1889. You can read that story in  ...

Die Mennoniten-Kolonie "Am Trakt" - taeufergeschichte.net

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Unter dem Eindruck des sich verändernden politischen Klimas im Zarenreich entstand um den mennonitischen Landwirt Claas Epp Jr. (1838-1913) eine ...

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Claas Epp and the Great Trek Reconsidered - Journal of Mennonite ...

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under the leadership of Claas Epp, Jr., and calling itself the "Bride. Community," seceded from the main group and made preparations for the long trek to ...

Rethinking the Great Trek :: Mennonite Life - Fall 2007, vol. 62 no. 2

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Jun 23, 2014 ... Was Claas Epp Jr.'s role as central as Bartsch, Belk, Janzen and others have claimed? Over against the Bartsch-Belk emphasis is the ...

Claas Epp, III (1864 - 1941) - Genealogy - Geni

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Feb 21, 2015 ... Claas Epp, III. Birthdate: February 17, 1864. Death: Died March 20, 1941 in Beatrice, Gage, NE, USA. Immediate Family: Son of Claas Epp, Jr ...