The Peacemaking Struggle: Militarism and Resistance: Essays Prepared for the Advisory Council

The Peacemaking Struggle: Militarism and Resistance: Essays Prepared for the Advisory Council

by Ronald H. Stone, Dana W. Wilbanks
     
 

This collection of essays focuses on the relationship of the Christian faith to the issues involved in the contemporary struggle over the meaning of resistance to militarism. It is intended as a resource to help face an appropriate response to the responsibilities and limits of Christian citizenship in a society increasingly faced with the dangers of militarism. Co

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This collection of essays focuses on the relationship of the Christian faith to the issues involved in the contemporary struggle over the meaning of resistance to militarism. It is intended as a resource to help face an appropriate response to the responsibilities and limits of Christian citizenship in a society increasingly faced with the dangers of militarism. Co-published with the Council on Theology and Culture and the Advisory Council on Church and Society of the United Presbyterian Church (U.S.A)

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Review and Expositor
There is much in this book for the pastor or student who is willing to think critically.
Theology Today
Theologically grounded, biblically informed....To all who wrestle with the ethics of peacemaking, this book contains important, thought-provoking essays about how we say 'no' to war and 'yes' to God's gift of peace.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780819147738
Publisher:
University Press of America
Publication date:
06/05/1985
Series:
Essays Prepared for the Advisory Council on Church and Society of the Presbyterian Church Series
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

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