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The Amish are a group of traditionalist Christian church fellowships with Swiss Anabaptist .... Most Amish communities that were established in North America did not ultimately retain their Amish id...

Origins of the Old Order Amish

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Dec 27, 1997 ... They baptized people only as adults at about age l8. Adult baptism was a crime in the l6th century. Therefore, the Amish come from an ...

Where do the Amish come from? - Amish America

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For some, they may seem a living remnant of a bygone era, or a people stubbornly clinging to outdated ... History Questions on Amish origins and history Where do the Amish come from? ... It is amazing to hear what they did and accomplished.

Timeline . The Amish . American Experience . WGBH | PBS

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Baptism into the Amish church is not only a commitment to the faith but also a ... Pennsylvania will become a refuge for both Native Americans and people of various religious ... The new Amish group does not agree with the Old Order's ban on ...

Amish - ReligionFacts

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Mar 17, 2015 ... Recently the Amish people have become known to many through reality television programs. The result of these shows on the Amish ...

Amish History - Exploring Amish Country

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Amish history tells the story of a faithful people whose enduring culture was forged in fires of ... After 1817 most Amish immigrants didn't come through Philadelphia. .... Since the Amish did not have meetinghouses, they avoided this fate.

Who are the Amish, and what are their beliefs?

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Answer: The Amish are a group of people who follow the teachings of Jacob ... from the world" means to stay away from things the "world" does—like driving ...

Who are the Amish? | Summary of origin, history, beliefs, and ...

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The Amish came from Europe to the New World beginning in the first half of the 1700's. ... Where and why did the Amish way of life begin? ... In any case it remains true that most Amish young people choose to stay with the Amish community, ...

History of the Amish Settlements and Orders in America - Pittsburgh

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The Amish people in America are an old religious sect, direct descendants of the Anabaptists of sixteenth-century Europe. Not to be confused with the term ...

where did the descendants of Amish culture come from? | Yahoo ...

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Sep 1, 2010 ... So where did the Mennonites come from? "the Mennonites took their ... a large Amish population. Interact with Amish people on a regular basis.

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Pennsylvania Amish History & Beliefs | Story of the Plain Amish in ...

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Learn about Pennsylvania Amish history & traditional beliefs. The community of Plain Amish in Pennsylvania is the oldest & largest Amish community in the ...

Amish History - LancasterPA.com

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The history of the Amish & Mennonites of Lancaster County, PA, from their early ... The Plain People trace their origin back to the Protestant Reformation in ... not to associate with a church member who does not repent of his sinful conduct.

THE AMISH: history, beliefs, practices, etc. - Religious tolerance

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Aug 8, 2004 ... The Amish: history, beliefs, practices, conflicts, diseases, etc. ... This is a loving portrait, warts and all, of an often-misunderstood people.