Anabaptism for a Nonviolent Church
Entering a field of controversy, this book dares to offer a fresh model - defenseless Christianity - for understanding Anabaptism, past and present. Although some first-generation Anabaptists were not pacifist, the authors contend that an Anabaptism defined as defenseless Christianity should be seen as a nonviolent Christian movement with a world-reconciling theology. They describe an Anabaptism applicable to Christians of any denomination hungry for their practices to be shaped within the story and life of Jesus Christ.
|Publisher||Cascadia Publishing House|
|Call ID||NF 261.8 Ma|
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