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Please use this textbook for every answer. No other sources are meant to be used. The textbook, Introduction to Mennonite History by C.J. Dyck. Please arrange your own book Or I have an e-book. Make sure each answer is at least a paragraph in length. Cite page numbers for the textbook and use Chicago style. Every question must include the following: identifying or defining the term and the other half for giving its significance to this course. Avoid broad generalizations. Answers based on online sources WILL NOT be marked.
(1) Separation of church and state (2) Elder Gerhard Penner
(4) Klaas Reimer
(5) Judge Adamson
(6)1974 Mennonite commemoration (7) Mutual Aid
(9) School Attendance Act, 1916 (10) Menno-Pause
(11) Tainted biography
(13) Memorandum of understanding
Please write in full sentences with attention to proper grammar and spelling. Proofread and edit your work carefully before submitting. The writing style, the thoughtful of your analysis, and the wide utilization of book is very essential. Offer specific examples and avoid generalities in your responses. The only sources allowed for the exam are The textbook, Introduction to Mennonite History by C.J. Dyck
Answer any 4 of the following questions by writing an essay. Each essay should each be about 5-7 paragraphs in length with an introduction and a conclusion. Cite specific pages from the textbook and use Chicago style. You should NOT use material twice in your answers to different essay questions. Please write in full sentences (ie not in point form).
1) Nonresistance/pacifism has been one of the core beliefs of Mennonites. Discuss at least four separate challenges to this belief in Mennonite history as well as the ways in which Mennonites responded to these challenges.
2) Describe at least four examples in which government policies/actions challenged Mennonite identity? How did Mennonites respond to these challenges? How did their responses change the Mennonite community?
3) Describe at least four different Mennonite migrations. What were the causes and consequences of these migrations? How was Mennonite identity shaped by these migrations?