The author, Ronald C. Jantz, is Librarian Emeritus at Rutger’s University with family ties to the Holdeman Mennonite group. Part 1 of this book reviews the Anabaptist faith since the sixteenth century. Part 2 focuses on the Holdeman Mennonite faith among Anabaptist churches and offers a frank assessment of the challenges facing the church in modern times. This book is a well-written historical account of the Holdeman faith and culture as it relates to the preservation of key Anabaptist doctrines. 196 pages; paperback; Wipf & Stock.