Speak your peace : what the Bible says about loving our enemies / Ronald J. Sider.

By: Sider, Ronald J [author.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Harrisonburg : Herald Press, [2020]Copyright date: ©2020Description: 199 pages ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781513806259; 1513806254; 9781513806266; 1513806262Uniform titles: If Jesus is Lord Subject(s): Jesus Christ -- Example | Love -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Nonviolence -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Violence -- Religious aspects -- ChristianityDDC classification: 241/.697 LOC classification: BV4639 | .S527 2019
Contents:
The central questions -- The setting for Jesus' radical teaching -- Living in Jesus' dawning kingdom -- Further claims of Jesus and how Christians evade them -- Does the rest of the New Testament reflect what Jesus taught? -- But what about . . . ? -- Jesus and killing in the Old Testament -- Foundational theological issues -- Problems with pacifism -- Problems with just war thinking -- What if most (or all) Christians became pacifists? -- Nonviolence and the Atonement -- Christians and killing in church history -- If Jesus is Lord.
Summary: "A biblical case for nonviolence from one of the preeminent Christian leaders"--
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Previously published as: If Jesus is Lord. 2019.

Includes bibliographical references.

The central questions -- The setting for Jesus' radical teaching -- Living in Jesus' dawning kingdom -- Further claims of Jesus and how Christians evade them -- Does the rest of the New Testament reflect what Jesus taught? -- But what about . . . ? -- Jesus and killing in the Old Testament -- Foundational theological issues -- Problems with pacifism -- Problems with just war thinking -- What if most (or all) Christians became pacifists? -- Nonviolence and the Atonement -- Christians and killing in church history -- If Jesus is Lord.

"A biblical case for nonviolence from one of the preeminent Christian leaders"--

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