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Reflecting and also subverting the acknowledged "faddish" attempt to address the revolutionary nature of Christianity, these lectures provide an illuminating snapshot of Yoder's vibrant initial encounter with Latin American Christianity. In these lectures, he thematically addresses the shape of the free church, the Christian practice of peace, and the place of the church in the midst of revolution. In a manner that betrays his confidence in the eventual triumph of faithfulness, Yoder concludes that the peace-witnessing free church is, by definition, always the community that is the soul and conscience of our revolutionary age.
Endorsements: "Revolutionary Christianity will be a welcome addition to the Yoder corpus for those familiar with his work as well as those who will read him for the first time. For the latter, Revolutionary Christianity is a wonderful introduction to the major themes in his work. For the former, this book is a very helpful reminder of the interconnectedness of Yoder's thought.
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We are fortunate, therefore, to have yet another book by Yoder. Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics at Duke Divinity School "This volume makes a significant contribution to the important task of bringing into print all the treasures in Yoder's unpublished materials. March 14, March 23, March 29, May 17, June 13, July-August, November 15, New York July July Waterloo University, Waterloo, Ontario. July 1 - August 18, October 20, Fall, Explanatory talk in movie on Professor H. February Administered Society; II.
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