The Acadia Centre for Baptist and Anabaptist Studies (ACBAS) recently awarded the innagural Julian Gwyn Prize in Baptist and Anabaptist History and Thought to TMTC Visiting Fellow Sarah Johnson. The annual prize is awarded for the best article approved for publication in a peer-reviewed journal by a doctoral- or masters-level student, in French or English. Sarah's essay is entitled "Hubmaier's Milk Pail: Anabaptist Baptism, Rituals of Resistance, and Liturgical Authority" and is forthcoming in Worship in October 2019. For the full press release and a sneak peak at the argument Sarah makes in her winning essay see the official press release here. Many congratulations, Sarah!
TMTC Visiting Fellow awarded Essay Prize
Wednesday, September 4, 2019