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The Amish are among the most unusual Christian denominationsseemingly frozen in the 19th century. They isolate themselves from the rest of society, rejecting electricity, automobiles, and modern clothing. Although the Amish share many beliefs with evangelical Christiansthey also hold to some unique doctrines.
Kate Stoltz did not have a typical upbringing. Born on January 1,she was raised by a strict and religious family who lived the Amish lifestyle. Up until she was 20 years old, she lived in an Amish community in Myerstown, Pennsylvania, where there were heavy limitations on the use of electricity, telephones, cars and clothing.
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Pastry samples at a Flavor retail store. Donald Kraybill shares some photos and comments from a recent lecture trip to Japan. The Amish are quite well-known in Japan, with perhaps more books on the Amish having been translated into Japanese than into any other language.
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The hard preparation work was completed and the day had finally arrived. The windows sparkled and each blade of grass had been mowed. Each person was asked to wear color-coded name tags. A blue marker represented adoptive parents, red was for adoptees, green for foster children and black for all other guests.
This is a list of notable Amish and their descendantsincluding both those who lived or are living culturally as Amish or Amish Mennonite as well as those who recognize themselves culturally as Amish or Amish Mennonite descendants but may or may not practice Anabaptist beliefs. This list does not include those of Mennonite religion only, who are not culturally connected to Switzerland and South Germany and the persecution documented in the Martyrs Mirror. To be included in this list, the person must either have a Wikipedia article showing they are Amish or Amish Mennonite or are of Amish or Amish Mennonite descent or must have references showing their claim and are notable. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.