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by John Howard Yoder

Category: Theology
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Author: John Howard Yoder
ISBN: 1592443575
ISBN13: 978-1592443574
Language: English
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Pub (September 26, 2003)
Pages: 200
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John Howard Yoder was long known for his understanding of peace and pacifism in the biblical narrative. Barth was not a pacifist, but he despised how lightly many of Christ's words seemed to be taken by Christians

John Howard Yoder was long known for his understanding of peace and pacifism in the biblical narrative. In this work, he examines the work of Karl Barth with great scrutiny as well as great charity, emerging with a view of Barth that is more sympathetic to the cause of peace than previously believed by many. Barth was not a pacifist, but he despised how lightly many of Christ's words seemed to be taken by Christians.

John Howard Yoder was long known for his understanding of peace and pacifism in the biblical narrative. Yoder encourages readers to look beyond the Barmen Declaration and Barth's reaction to World War II and examine the whole of his work and writing

A passionate opponent of Nazism, Karl Barth was required to serve in the Swiss army These essays offer further reflections on Barth's chastened non-pacifism, as well as offering some of Yoder's fruitful use of Barth's theology for social ethics.

A passionate opponent of Nazism, Karl Barth was required to serve in the Swiss army. These essays offer further reflections on Barth's chastened non-pacifism, as well as offering some of Yoder's fruitful use of Barth's theology for social ethics.

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Karl Barth and the Problem of War, and Other Essays on Barth. Author: John Howard Yoder. Publisher: Wipf & Stock. Reflecting and also subverting the acknowledged faddish attempt to address the revolutionary nature of Christianity, these lectures provide an illuminating snapshot of Yoder’s vibrant initial encounter with Latin American Christianity. In these lectures, he thematically addresses the shape of the free church, the Christian practice of peace, and the place of the church in the midst of revolution.

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A passionate opponent of Nazism, Karl Barth was required to serve in the Swiss army. At the age of 54, he helped guard the Swiss border at Basel from German intruders. Some would suggest this is all we need to know in order to understand Barth's views on Christianity and war. John Howard Yoder begged to differ."Karl Barth and the Problem of War" is an essay in which Yoder articulates the views of his former teacher on war, these views comprising a position he refers to as "chastened non-pacifism." Through a rigorous examination of Barth's ethical method, Yoder seeks to show how the logic of Barth's basic theological commitments makes him even closer to pacifism than is often noticed.Here five additional essays, three of which have never before been published, join this long essay. These essays offer further reflections on Barth's "chastened non-pacifism," as well as offering some of Yoder's fruitful use of Barth's theology for social ethics.
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