Rebaptizer - definition of Rebaptizer by The Free Dictionary
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Jefferson's political opponents in the early 1800s were as mistaken to call him an atheist as his conservative modern rebaptizers
are to claim him as a committed Christian.
The wedge driven between civil and divine authority, and the ensuing legacy of political dissent, is the singular contribution of these rebaptizers
The tradition dates from 1525 when rebaptizers
(Anabaptists) broke with the Swiss Brethren led by the priest-reformer Ulrich Zwingli (Klassen 1973, 3).