Luther and Calvin were the most famous of the 16th century Protestant Reformers, but who were the most radical? Who were the first to totally reject Catholicism's most fundamental teachings, even rejecting the "reforms" of Luther and Calvin? The story of the Anabaptists, referred to as the Radical Reformers, is one of the more interesting and colorful of all stories from the Reformation. And in terms of their theology, they are the closest in teaching to what the vast majority of non-denominational evangelical Protestants believe today. In this first talk we tell the story of their origin and focus on their unique doctrine of baptism.