The Old Testament Roots of Nonviolence: Abraham's Personal Faith, Moses' Social Vision, Jesus' Fulfillment, and God's Work Today

2010, 174 pp
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The Old Testament Roots of Nonviolence brings together a number of issues, showing how they fit together in one exciting story. These issues are:
  • War and Peace
  • The Great Commission (being missional)
  • Social justice and social change over time in the biblical setting
This book reveals the continuity of the Old and New Testaments in the development of these three major themes over millenniums of time in the unfolding biblical story of God's creation, tough love, and redemption of the social order. It presents biblical faith as a providentially guided process in the community of faith resulting in global social change that can be observed and described as yeast in bread or seeds in soil as Jesus taught.

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