A Faith Not Worth Fighting For: Common Questions about Christian Nonviolence

I believe that the New Testament clearly teaches that kingdom people ought to refuse violence in all its forms. Nonviolent resistance or pacifism is a regular theme on this blog. It comes up in various forms because I believe that peace is central to the fullness of the gospel of Christ. An interesting dynamic that [Read More...]

RE-Membering Memorial Day

photo © 2010 US Army Africa | more info Remember… …that life is a gift. To call it a gift is to imply that we did not earn it. Life is grace. Peace preserves life. So on this Memorial Day weekend we remember that God’s intention for this world is shalom. This would be a [Read More...]

Hero of War: “Rise Against” Violence or Lose Your Humanity

Many of us dream of becoming a hero. To be the one who saves the day. To know what it is to find victory for the sake of the distressed. This quest leads people in all sorts of interesting directions. As a husband, I want to be the man who rescues my wife. I want [Read More...]

Indicting Violence: A Pacifist Review of The Hunger Games

Kurt’s Note: Below is a guest article by Mennonite Pastor and writer, Marty Troyer.  I know him on twitter as @thePeacePastor.  Also, I want to add that my friend Julie Clawson just came out with a book called The Hunger Games and the Gospel with Patheos Press.  I highly recommend you download that book as [Read More...]


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