Harder, Leland

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HARDER, Leland

HARDER, Leland. American, b. 1926. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Pastor of a Mennonite church in Chicago, IL, 1952-57; Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Elkhart, IN, professor, 1958-83; Great Plains Seminary Education Program, Newton, KS, director, 1983-86; Church Member Profile Research Project, associate director, 1988-92. A Family History, quarterly periodical, publisher. Publications: Anabaptists Four Centuries Later, 1975; The Pastor-People Partnership: The Call and Recall of Pastors from a Believer's Church Perspective, 1983; (ed.) Perspectives on the Nurturing of Faith, 1983; (ed.) The Sources of Swiss Anabaptism, 1985; (ed. with L. Driedger) Anabaptist-Mennonite Identities in Ferment, 1990; Doors to Lock and Doors to Open: The Discerning People of God, 1993; The Blumstein Legacy: A Six Generation Family Saga. Address: PO Box 363, North Newton, KS 67117, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]