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Faith and Politics After Christendom

Paperback|Jun 2006
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This groundbreaking book examines the anarchic aspects of Jesus' message, and suggests that the demise of the church as pillar of social order gives it a fresh opportunity to exercise its prophetic role - challenging injustice, shaking institutions and undermining...


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This groundbreaking book examines the anarchic aspects of Jesus' message, and suggests that the demise of the church as pillar of social order gives it a fresh opportunity to exercise its prophetic role - challenging injustice, shaking institutions and undermining some of the central values and norms on which post-Christian society is built.

Suggest that where the church has previously defended the social order, it now has a brand new opportunity to exercise its prophetic role, challenging injustice, shaking institutions and undermining some of the central values and norms on which society is built.
-Publisher

Jesus Revolutionary of Peace demonstrates that the figure of Jesus in the book of Revelation can be best understood as an active nonviolent revolutionary. Jesus was a warrior of the nonviolent tradition. He sought to conquer his enemies not through violence but through compassion. Seeking to present a comprehensive balanced view of this nonviolent Jesus Mark Bredin engages with Mahatma Gandhi's theory to explore the place of nonviolence in the biblical tradition.
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Jonathan Bartley

Jonathan Bartley is director of Ekklesia and author of The Subversive Manifesto (BRF).

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