(A.D. 1534–1535) Revolutionary (A.D. 1525) Derived from a Greek word meaning “rebaptizers,” due to adherents’ insistence that infant baptism was not valid and that one must ma... more take over the city of Is the Dutch city where revolutionary Anabaptists took over, in 1534–1535, and tried to create a utopian society in preparation for the end of the w... more in an attempt to create a utopia in anticipation of the second coming of Derived from a Greek term meaning anointed and is equivalent to the word “messiah” from Hebrew roots. The anointing references the act of installi... more. The leaders impose many repulsive edits turning public opinion against Anabaptist for over a century. They are besieged by a unified Catholic and Contrary to popular belief, the term does not refer to protest against the Roman Catholic Church. The term original refers to a formal protest lodged ... more force and slaughtered.