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See [[Neutäufer (Gemeinschaft Evangelisch Taufgesinnter)|Neutäufer]], [[New Order Amish|New Order Amish]]
 
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New Amish was a name sometimes given to the Apostolic Christian Church in the United States because several of its major congregations (e.g., Morton, Illinois and Croghan, New York) were located in Amish Mennonite communities and won a considerable number of adherents from them.

See Neutäufer, New Order Amish


Date Published 1957


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