Calvin W. Redekop, Harrisonburg, Virginia, taught at a variety of Mennonite colleges from 1954-1990. He has contributed to diverse denominational organizations and study groups, including Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) where, maintaining that the Anabaptist witness in economics has long been avoided, he has aimed to foster integration of faith and economic behavior.
Redekop is author of numerous books and publications, including such recent titles as Leaving Anabaptism: From Evangelical Mennonite Brethren to Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches (Pandora Press U.S., 1998), which draws on Redekops scholarly insights,combined with the fact that his roots were Evangelical Mennonite Brethren; and Creation and Environment (Johns Hopkins, 2000).
Redekop and his wife, Frieda Pellman Redekop, are parents of three adult sons and members of Park View Mennonite Church.
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