More resources from Ann Tews-Part III

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Possible other books and articles about peace if one is interested.

Brown, Tricia Gates. Getting in the Way: Stories from Christian Peacemaker Teams.
a collection of first-person accounts from trouble spots in Haiti, Iraq, Colombia, Hebron, Mexico, and Canada. The sometimes-harrowing narratives of this small group of fierce accompaniers ring with humanity: fear, intimacy, doubt, and joy are all part of incarnating Jesus’ radical way of peace. Herald Press.

Chase, Kenneth R & Alan Jacobs, eds. Must Christianity be violent? : reflections on history, practice, and theology. Grand Rapids : Brazos Press, c2003. 1587430649
NOTES Based on a conference held Mar. 15-17, 2000 at Wheaton College.

Dear, John. “Action challenges war addiction; in word and deed, Christians owe allegiance to the peacemaking Jesus. (Paths to Peace Action). ” National Catholic Reporter. 38.25 (April 26, 2002): 33(2).

Dear, John. “Blessed are the nonviolent. ” The Other Side. 34.n1 (Jan-Feb 1998): 10(4).

Enns, Fernando, Scott Holland, & Ann Riggs. Seeking cultures of peace : a peace church conversation 1st ed.Telford, Pa. : Cascadia Pub. House ; Scottdale, Pa. : Herald Press, c2004. 193103821X

Grassi, Joseph A. Jesus is shalom : a vision of peace from the Gospels
New York : Paulist Press, 2006. ISBN 0809143089

Grassi, Joseph A. Peace on earth : roots and practices from Luke’s Gospel Collegeville, Minn. : Liturgical Press, c2004. 0814629792

Harak, G. Simon. “The God of Peace: Toward a Theology of Nonviolence. ” Theological Studies. 56.n4 (Dec 1995): 824(2).

Jegen, Mary Evelyn. Just peacemakers : an introduction to peace and justice. PUB INFO New York : Paulist Press, c2006. 978-0809143504

Jersak, Brad & Michael Hardin, eds. Stricken by God? : nonviolent identification and the victory of Christ. Grand Rapids, Mich. : William B. Eerdmans Pub., 2007. ISBN 978-08028-62877

McLaren, Brian D. Everything must change : Jesus, global crises, and a revolution of hope. Nashville : Thomas Nelson, c2007. ISBN 9780849901836

Trocme, Andre. Jesus and the nonviolent revolution; edited by Charles E. Moore. EDITION Rev. and expanded ed. Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, 2004. 0874869277

Yancey, Philip. “Jesus’ sword: longing for peace in tumultuous times. (The Back Page). ” Christianity Today. 47.1 (Jan 2003): 80(1).

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One Response to “More resources from Ann Tews-Part III”

  1. Anne Tews Says:

    Peace Resources from Ann Tews–Part I
    July 28, 2008 by pilgrimstpaul
    The Pilgrim Library has the following NEW books covering peace and non-violence issues.

    Halper, Jeff. Obstacles to Peace: Reframing the Palestinian/Israeli Conflict
    Lutz, Charles P & Robert O. Smith. Christians & a Land Called Holy: How We Can Foster Justice .

    Mortenson, Greg and David O Relin. 3 Cups of Tea: 1 Man’s Mission to Promote Peace…One School at a Time.

    de Gruchy, John W. Reconciliation: Restoring Justice

    Kraybill, Donald B, Steven M Nolt & D L Weaver. Amish Grace: How Forgiveness Transcended Tragedy

    Miles, Al. Ending Violence in Teen Dating Relationships

    Rosenberg, Marshall B. Nonviolent Communication: Language of Life:

    Vennard, Jane E. Praying for Friends and Enemies (Face to Face w/ God)
    Hirschfield, Rabbi Brad. You Don’t Have to Be Wrong For Me to Be Right.
    Simpson, Gary M. War, Peace & God: Rethinking Just-War Tradition.
    Collins, John Joseph Does the Bible Justify Violence?

    Nelson, Pallmeyer, Jack. Is Religion Killing Us? Violence in the Bible & the Quran

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