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...]

Third Way Allegiance: Christian Witness in the Shadow of Religious Empire (Justin Bronson Barringer)

The early Christians had a funny notion that their lives were to be the primary argument for the truth of Jesus’ resurrection. They lived peculiar lives, radically different from the surrounding society. What happens though, when society co-opts the language, symbols and rituals of the church? The society may be quite religious, but that religion [Read More...]


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