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Radical reconciliation : beyond political pietism and Christian quietism / Allan Aubrey Boesak and Curtiss Paul DeYoung.

By: Boesak, Allan Aubrey, 1946-.
Contributor(s): DeYoung, Curtiss Paul.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Maryknoll, New York : Orbis Books, 2012Description: x, 196 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781570759765 (pbk.); 1570759766 (pbk.).Subject(s): Reconciliation -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
Contents:
Reconciliation in the empire: real, radical, revolutionary (DeYoung) -- Reconciliation, risk, and resistance (Boesak) -- Jesus as radical reconciler: two takes, one perspective (DeYoung/Boesak) -- "Just another Jew in the ditch": incarnated reconciliation (Boesak) -- Reconciliation in diverse congregations: restoring beloved communities (DeYoung) -- Between Reitz, a rock, and a hard place: reconciliation after the Reitz event (Boesak) -- When prophets are silenced, injustice prevails (DeYoung) -- Subversive piety: the radicalization of Desmond Tutu (Boesak).
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Book Book *Schaff Library
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BT 738.27 .B64 2012 (Browse shelf) Available 30092101100866
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-191) and index.

Reconciliation in the empire: real, radical, revolutionary (DeYoung) -- Reconciliation, risk, and resistance (Boesak) -- Jesus as radical reconciler: two takes, one perspective (DeYoung/Boesak) -- "Just another Jew in the ditch": incarnated reconciliation (Boesak) -- Reconciliation in diverse congregations: restoring beloved communities (DeYoung) -- Between Reitz, a rock, and a hard place: reconciliation after the Reitz event (Boesak) -- When prophets are silenced, injustice prevails (DeYoung) -- Subversive piety: the radicalization of Desmond Tutu (Boesak).

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