Anabaptist Theology In Face of Postmodernity: A Proposal for the Third Millennium, The C. Henry Smith Series Volume 2

2000, 219 pp
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This book questions the common Mennonite assumption that theology for Mennonites is founded on supposed "general" theology located outside the Anabaptist-Mennonite tradition. Drawing on postmodern insights, Weaver demonstrates that Mennonite theology itself contains seeds of a theology that is biblical but poses an alternative to rather than builds on the theology of Christendom, which has long accommodated violence. Weaver also shows that work by black and womanist theologians has parallels to Mennonite theologizing. In conclusion, he offers a constructive theological project that is true to the Anabaptist peace tradition but also invites dialogue and cross-fertilization with groups less known to Mennonites.
PublisherCascadia Publishing House

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