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- DescriptionThis book argues that Christian nviolence is both formed by and forms ecclesial life, creating an inextricable relationship between church commitment and resistance to war. Examining the work of John Howard Yoder, Dorothy Day, William Stringfellow, and Robert McAfee Brown, this book explores how each thinker's advocacy for nviolent resistance depends deeply upon the ecclesiology out of which it comes. These forms comprise four strands of a comprehensive Christian approach to a nviolent witness rooted in ecclesial life. Because each of these figures' ecclesiology implicates a different mode of resistance to war and a different relation between ecclesiology and resistance to war, the volume argues that any account of an ecclesially-informed resistance to war must be open to a multitude of approaches, t as pragmatic concessions, but as a foretaste of ecumenical unity. Insofar as the pursuit of peace in the world can be seen as a church bearing out the work of the Spirit, the approach of other ecclesial traditions can be seen t as competitors but as common works of the Spirit, which other traditions may learn from and be challenged by.
- Author BiographyMyles Werntz is assistant professor of biblical studies and theology at Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, Florida. He is the co-editor of Corners in the City of God: Theology, Philosophy, and The Wire (2013), as well as of two other posthumous volumes by John Howard Yoder.
- Author(s)Myles Werntz
- PublisherFortress Press,U.S.
- Date of Publication27/11/2014
- SubjectReligious Studies: Textbooks & Study Guides
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintFortress Press,U.S.
- Weight367 g
- Height228 mm
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