Christians and Nonviolence: Sojourners on the issues

Book, 2007, 37 pp
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Nonviolent love for one’s enemies is not an optional accessory in Christian living, but rather a key part of following Jesus. During the past 50 years, most large-scale overthrows of repressive regimes—in East Germany, South Africa, the Philippines, and Chile, to name a few—have happened through nonviolent resistance rather than military action. Combining Bible study, historical analysis, and practical advice, this collection of Sojourners articles is part of a series designed to spark discussion, thought, and action about how to live God’s peace with justice in the world.

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