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a Christian denomination emerging in Germany and central Europe in 16th century, of which the Mennonites were a distinctive example. Their most distinctive feature is the insistence on the principle of 'believer's baptism' - any member contracts into to the Christian faith, rather than being born into it. Probably the largest of the Protestant churches, with a global membership in excess of 40 million.

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