This is the last in a three part series of Partner content expanding on and engaging with comments on Chester Weaver’s lecture about Mennonite Nazis. A listener asked what lessons we should learn from the failures in the face of Nazism. How should we approach current evils in our day. Chester urges us to overcome evil with good through creative, proactive work. Marlin warns about the dangers of embracing one side of cultural wars.
Marlin and Meredith live with their five precious children in southeast Tennessee. Marlin has been trained in philosophy and carpentry, and enjoys pushing into other areas, such as mechanics and biblical Greek. Marlin works at Kingdom Channels and Anabaptist Perspectives in finance, communications, and other roles that are harder to describe. He is slowly endeavoring to put his public brain on his website marlin.work.Read More
Chester Weaver has been involved in Christian education for almost all of his adult life, serving as full-time Christian school teacher for 38 years. He also has taught at short term youth Bible schools for 20 years. He has paid particular attention to Christian history, especially Anabaptist history and theology. He and his wife Barbara, parents of eight children, reside in Itasca, Texas, near the families of two of their sons. One son and two daughters, with their families, live in California while two more children live in Virginia. One son with his family lives in Ireland.Read More