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Atonement and Violence: A Theological Conversation

Hans Boersma, T. Scott Daniels, Thomas N. Finger, J. Denny Weaver - Religion - 2006
Recent years have witnessed a series of books, articles, and lectures raising serious questions about the Christian doctrine of the Atonement. While coming from a variety of ...
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John Howard Yoder: Radical Theologian

J. Denny Weaver - Religion - 2015 - 436 pages
John Howard Yoder: Radical Theologian' shows that for John Howard Yoder both theology (in particular Christology) and ethics are expressions of the meaning of the narrative of ...
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Cross Examinations: Readings on the Meaning of the Cross Today

Marit Trelstad - Religion - 320 pages
In today's theological landscape the significance of the cross has become strongly affirmed and radically questioned. This exciting volume gathers theologians and historians ...
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Triune Atonement: Christ's Healing for Sinners, Victims, and the Whole Creation

Andrew Sung Park - Religion - 2009 - 130 pages
This is a study of the atonement, the meaning of the death of Jesus Christ. The book surveys historical views but also proposes that the atonement be seen as the death of ...
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Saving Power: Theories of Atonement and Forms of the Church

Peter Schmiechen - Religion - 2005 - 371 pages
Concerned to reinvigorate the church's teaching on the cross, the resurrection, and salvation - the atonement - Peter Schmiechen here invites readers to rediscover the wealth ...
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Teaching Peace: Nonviolence and the Liberal Arts

J. Denny Weaver, Gerald Biesecker-Mast - Education - 2003 - 287 pages
Teaching Peace carries the discussion of nonviolence beyond ethics and into the rest of the academic curriculum. This book isn't just for religion or philosophy teachers it is ...
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Keeping Salvation Ethical: Mennonite and Amish Atonement Theology in the ...

J. Denny Weaver - Religion - 1997 - 316 pages
In this pioneering work, J. Denny Weaver analyzes late 19th century Mennonite and Amish thought on atonement, an issue of concern for all Christians. He maintains that these ...
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Becoming Anabaptist: The Origin and Significance of Sixteenth-century Anabaptism

J. Denny Weaver - Religion - 1987 - 174 pages
Becoming Anabaptist tells the story of sixteenth-century Anabaptist origins in terms of recent findings in Anabaptist historical studies. Building in part upon earlier ...
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Defenseless Christianity: Anabaptism for a Nonviolent Church

Gerald J. Mast, J. Denny Weaver - Political Science - 2009 - 135 pages
Proposing an Anabaptism defined as defenseless Christianity, the authors contend it should be seen as a nonviolent Christian movement with a world-reconciling theology even ...
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