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When the Powers Fall

Paperback|Sep 2003
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A visionary new work that demonstrates the power, promise, and practicality of Jesus' ethic of nonviolence. A timely book in a world where repressive regimes are falling and fragile, new democracies are born from their ashes.


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A visionary new work that demonstrates the power, promise, and practicality of Jesus' ethic of nonviolence. A timely book in a world where repressive regimes are falling and fragile, new democracies are born from their ashes.
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88 Pages
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Repressive authoritarian regimes are falling and fragile new democracies emerging around the globe. How are longstanding conflicts and deep divisions to be healed and enemies reconciled without breeding further injustices? To answer this question, Walter Wink here applies his compelling analysis of "the Powers," as they appear in the New Testament, to the global scene. Surveying the wrenching religious and ethical dilemmas involved in transitions from despotism to democracy, Wink neatly summerizes key concepts from his Fortress Press trilogy on the Powers including sections on 'Jesus against Domination" and "Nonviolence."
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Walter Wink

Dr. Walter Wink is Professor Emeritus of Biblical Interpretation at Auburn Theological Seminary in New York City. He received the Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Prize, awarded by the Fellowship of Reconciliation for 2006.