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"The collection is eminently readable and offers glimpses and insights into Yoder's thought without being too difficult. ... [A] text highly recommended to those interested in the contemporary discussion surrounding questions of Christians and violence, the role of nonviolence and Christianity, and just war theory."
--Reviews in Religion and Theology (2012, 19:1)
"For anyone who wants a cogent defence of non-violence from within the Christian tradition this is as fine a place to start as anywhere."
--The Journal of Theological Studies (2010, 61:2)
"These are priceless lectures. Drawing from the spiritual wells of contemporary visionaries, Yoder unmasks the redemptive power of reconciliation."
--Daniel G. Groody, Department of Theology, Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame
"These lectures wonderfully convey Yoder's depth and breadth of knowledge and his respectful engagement with the Roman Catholic tradition."
--Mark Thiessen Nation, author of John Howard Yoder: Mennonite Patience, Evangelical Witness, Catholic Convictions
"These recently discovered lectures represent a significant addition to our understanding of Yoder's published thought on war and nonviolence."
--Ronald J. Sider, Professor of Theology, Holistic Ministry & Public Policy, Palmer Seminary at Eastern University