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Peace is the Way: Writings on Nonviolence from the Fellowship of Reconciliation

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From the pages of Fellowship magazine, this volume highlights the writings of some of the preeminent peacemakers of our century. These seventy original and classic essays offer a comprehensive reader in nonviolence while also chronicling the struggle for peace and justice in the twentieth century. For students, activists, and all who share an interest in building a more ju ...more
Paperback, 295 pages
Published May 1st 2000 by Orbis Books
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Dec 27, 2014 Glen Gersmehl rated it it was amazing
one of the best anthologies on the subject
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This is a really good overview of some of the best brief essays on the power of nonviolence, and then things it can accomplish in every part of a persons life. From Thich Nhat Hahn, to Cesar Chavez, to Gandhi, to King, to everyone in between. This book serves as an excellent introduction to the ideas of nonviolence, as well as a solid resource for scholars.
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incredible series of essays on non-violence. essential for today's peacemaker.
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Dr. Walter Wink is Professor Emeritus of Biblical Interpretation at Auburn Theological Seminary in New York City. Previously, he was a parish minister and taught at Union Theological Seminary in New York City. In 1989-1990 he was a Peace Fellow at the United States Institute of Peace.

His newer works include:

The Human Being: Jesus and the Enigma of the Son of the Man
(Fortress Press, 2001.)

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