A Pacifist Way of Knowing: John Howard Yoder's Nonviolent Epistemology

A Pacifist Way of Knowing John Howard Yoder s Nonviolent Epistemology In A Pacifist Way of Knowing John Howard Yoder s Nonviolent Epistemology editors Christian Early and Ted Grimsrud gather the scattered writings of Yoder on the theme of the relationship between gospe

  • Title: A Pacifist Way of Knowing: John Howard Yoder's Nonviolent Epistemology
  • Author: John Howard Yoder Christian E. Early Ted G. Grimsrud
  • ISBN: 9781606088814
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Paperback
  • In A Pacifist Way of Knowing John Howard Yoder s Nonviolent Epistemology, editors Christian Early and Ted Grimsrud gather the scattered writings of Yoder on the theme of the relationship between gospel, peace, and human ways of knowing In them, they find the beginnings of a pacifist theology of knowledge that rejects strategies of empire while at the same avoids a self dIn A Pacifist Way of Knowing John Howard Yoder s Nonviolent Epistemology, editors Christian Early and Ted Grimsrud gather the scattered writings of Yoder on the theme of the relationship between gospel, peace, and human ways of knowing In them, they find the beginnings of a pacifist theology of knowledge that rejects strategies of empire while at the same avoids a self defeating relativism.

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    About “John Howard Yoder Christian E. Early Ted G. Grimsrud

    • John Howard Yoder Christian E. Early Ted G. Grimsrud

      Yoder was a Christian theologian, ethicist, and Biblical scholar best known for his radical Christian pacifism, his mentoring of future theologians such as Stanley Hauerwas, his loyalty to his Mennonite faith, and his 1972 magnum opus, The Politics of Jesus.

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