Engaging the Powers of Nonviolence
Preview this item Preview this item. Number 1 is the kind of violence that we must identify and condemn first so it may be legitimately and adequately addressed. Much of the Bible can then be seen as social thought in that language and with greater insight in some respects than is achieved in modern social science. The bulk of the book, then, powerfully applies the Powers and worldview insights to a powerful proposal for peace and justice activism. East Dane Designer Men's Fashion. In fact one or two of the contributors do not even seem to be doing theology. Comment 2 people found this helpful.
Transforming The Powers Peace Justice And The Domination System
Ray C Gingerich ; Ted Grimsrud. A radically different view of spiritual warfare, yet grounded in both Scripture and real life experience. A 40 Day Bible Challenge. Certainly this is obvious in our the militarism of the United States finds justification in the ever-more violent efforts to dominate others in the world — most clearly right now in Iraq and Afghanistan. I sympathize with this critique of modern science but feel it takes a wrong turn by emphasizing the social and moral dynamic of commitment above the cognitive dynamic of exploratory analysis in science and by tending to fuse them, thus losing some of the benefit of multiple, differentiated motivations powers?
A Tribute to Walter Wink
Description: Advanced Search Find a Library. Sign in or create an account. Reflections on War and Nonviolence. Among other extraordinarily important insights that he offers, these are several that I believe have the potential to shape Christian thought for years to come:. Journal of Religion, Conflict, and Peace.