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Toward peacemaking

Presbyterians in the South and national security, 1945-1983

by Rick Nutt

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Published by University of Alabama Press in Tuscaloosa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southern States,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Presbyterian Church in the U.S. -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Peace -- Religious aspects -- Presbyterian Church -- History of doctrines -- 20th century.,
    • War -- Religious aspects -- Presbyterian Church -- History of doctrines -- 20th century.,
    • National security -- Religious aspects -- Presbyterian Church -- History of doctrines -- 20th century.,
    • Presbyterian Church -- Southern States -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Presbyterian Church -- Doctrines -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Southern States -- Church history -- 20th century.,
    • United States -- Military policy -- Religious aspects.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [157]-174) and index.

      StatementRick L. Nutt.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBT736.4 .N79 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 177 p. ;
      Number of Pages177
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1081296M
      ISBN 100817307591
      LC Control Number94004828

      The God of Peace: Toward a Theology of Nonviolence capitalizes on the history of Christianity and the aspects of the roots of nonviolence. John Dear captures his ideas in 20 chapters in his book that all include different themes like “God Is Nonviolent,” “The Sin of Violence,” and “The Sacraments of Nonviolence.” (Dear, p. Goshen College Professor Emeritus of Religion J.R. Burkholder's life and work as ethicist, church leader and social change agent spanned and influenced dramatic changes in 20th-century Mennonite peace theology and ecumenical engagements. A collection of 30 of his most insightful essays on pacifism, patriotism, public witness, Mennonite ethics, health care, stewardship, vocation, service and.

      This is a book about peacemaking as it exists in the Navajo Nation today, describing its origins, history, context, and contributions with an eye toward sharing knowledge between Navajo and European-based criminal justice systems. It provides practitioners with information about important aspects of peacemaking—such as structure, procedures.   Peacemaking As Vocation: Toward an Orthodox Understanding. by Fr. Emmanuel Clapsis. For where you have envy and selfish ambition, there you find disorder and every evil practice. But the wisdom that comes from heaven is first of all pure; then peace-loving, considerate, submissive, full of mercy and good fruit, impartial and sincere.

      Brenda’s new book, published in , gives readers all of the inspiring materials—and the practical methods—that Brenda has been using in her peacemaking programs over the past two decades. Part of the materials about the many values and traditions shared by Jews, Christians and Muslims were developed for the Children of Abraham programs. Toward Lawyering as Peacemaking: A Seminar on Mindfulness, Morality, and Professional Identity Angela P. Harris In the last few years, a number of books and articles have touted the idea that lawyering should be seen as a form of "peacemaking."1 The peacemakers argue that "new lawyer" practices, such as "holistic lawyering," "collaborative.


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Conflict and disagreement are unavoidable. Peace can at times feel unattainable. But in every relationship, unity and harmony are possible. For more than twenty-five years, The Peacemaker has helped individuals from all walks of life resolve personal conflicts by applying timeless biblical truths.

Ken Sande's practical and Toward peacemaking book methods are designed to bring about more than simply a by: Toward Peacemaking: Presbyterians in the South and National Security, (Religion and American Culture (University of Alabama)) [Nutt, Rick] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Get this from a library. Toward peacemaking: Presbyterians in the South and national security, [Rick Nutt]. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxv, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction: An invitation to respectful conversation --pt. Faithful learning Mom, Pop, and the girls Jesus and me Finding something you love to do Learning after Toward peacemaking book Needing to know Seeds for my emerging Christian ethic Peacemaking — Peace and acting in a peaceful way toward those in pain and conflict are values in themselves to which you would devote time and energy.

Repairing Lives and Relationships Indira Gandhi, former Prime Minister of India, once said: "You cannot shake hands with a. Ken Sande is an attorney and the founder of Peacemaker is the president of Relational Wisdom For many years he has trained individuals and churches in personal conflict resolution.

He trained as an attorney in products liability, but God changed the direction of his life toward reconciliation. Describe your four-part peacemaking process that you use in your work and describe in your book.

Jon Huckins: Core to our work is understanding that we have to make peacemaking a central discipleship component of following Jesus.

Undergirding these four practices is our understanding that restoration is the mission of God. Glen Stassen believes Christians should direct their energies toward finding a set of criteria and a model for a "just peace" instead of "just war." He bases his just peace theory on the new reality of our world, on recent biblical interpretation, and on the experiences of people who lived in the face of oppression and nuclear threat, and who--together with political scientists, Christian.

Toward a Peacemakers Academy A Proposal for a First Step Toward a United Nations Transnational Peacemaking Force. Taming the Wolf: Peace through Faith is a comprehensive guide to Franciscan Peacemaking. Buy a copy and begin the journey toward lasting peace. I found The Journey Toward Reconciliation hard to put down.

I don't feel that way all to often about a book. Maybe I'd say it about Terry Pratchett or Patrick Rothfuss, things fantasy and sci-fi, but not often a book about peacemaking. But I wanted to keep reading /5.

Stassen helps to mediate between the two rival traditions of just war theory and pacifism by his politically imaginative hermeneutic. Stassen's personal involvement in the issues in both Europe and America lends vitality to his style and authenticity to his approach, as does his knowledge of the policy issues he discusses.

Just Peacemaking () by Glen H. StassenFormat: Paperback. He bases his just peace theory on the new reality of our world, on recent biblical interpretation, and on the experiences of people who lived in the face of oppression and nuclear threat, and who—together with political scientists, Christian ethicists, and activists—fashioned realistic steps toward : Glen H.

Stassen. In peacemaking there is no coercion, and there are no Òsides.Ó No one is labeled the offender or the victim, the plaintiff or the defendant. This is a book about peacemaking as it exists in the Navajo Nation today, describing its origins, history, context, and contributions with an eye toward sharing knowledge between Navajo and European.

Peacemaking for Families is an applied form of Sande's prior work The Peacemaker. While I haven't read that book, I did read another applied work inspired by it called the Peacemaking Pastor by Alfred Poirier, a close associate of Sande at Peacemaking Ministries.4/5.

The peacemaking perspective is part of an intellectual and social movement toward True Labeling theorists explore why and how certain acts become defined as criminal or deviant, and why other acts are not defined as criminal.

Peacemaking Principles The 4 G’s of Peacemaking PErSOnAl PEAcEMAking toward others (see 1 John ; Matt. uNmET dESiRES ANd ThE SLiPPERY SLOPE OF Conflict ThE Gospel ThE kEY TO PEACE Escape RESPONSES 2 Attack RESPONSES 4 3 Peacemakers are people who breathe grace.

Inspired by the gospel, they draw File Size: 1MB. Peacemaking Circles & Urban Youth. View sample pages,, This compelling story of a community’s journey toward transformation provokes readers to reconsider their approaches to working with youth.

Barry D. Stuart, Chief Judge, Yukon (retired), coauthor of Peacemaking Circles this is a “must read” book. Carolyn Boyes.

Peacemaking criminology, which developed from the work of Pepinksy and Quinney, is viewed as a critical element of critical criminology's orientation toward praxis (McEvoy and Gormally, ). Praxis is essentially the practice or policy implications, in. This chapter uses journal recollections from the lead author, as he worked with Palestinians leading up to the Oslo Peace Accords, to propose five steps toward peace, as supported by positive organizational scholarship (POS).

The authors propose that POS is informed by and informs successful peace processes by noting the shift in identity from a victim or victimizer to a peacemaker; a Author: J.B. Ritchie, Scott C. Hammond. Douglas E. Noll, Esq. is a full time peacemaker and mediator specializing in difficult and intractable conflicts.

In addition to being a lawyer, Mr. Noll holds a Masters Degree in Peacemaking and Conflict Studies. He has mediated and arbitrated over 1, cases, including a large number of construction, construction defect, and real estate matters involving tens of millions of dollars.They remind us that everyday peacemaking is not a side activity of our Christian lives, but core to our walk as disciples of Christ.

Through this book, they teach us to lean into conflict with humility and grace, and to move toward the difficult task of building relationships with those on the margins of society who are often our best teachers.I grew up in a home where the goal was to “keep the peace.” My parents often argued and as the oldest I would gather my brothers and sister and we would hide in the closet.

As I grew up, I learned the ground rules for peacekeeping: Peacekeepers walk on eggshells to not upset anyone -Peacekeepers don’t share how they really feel so they don’t start an argument -Peacekeepers avoid.