Gandhi and Jesus The Saving Power of Nonviolence
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Description: As the daily newscasts shout violence and fear, Terrence Rynne reminds us that there is a better way. He shows how Mohandas Gandhi, inspired by the Sermon on the Mount and the death of Jesus on the cross, offers hope for the world now. Gandhi's example and the record of nonviolent action since his death ???????????????????????? liberation of much of the world, from Poland to South Africa to the Philippines ???????????????????????? offers not only a model but a new way of understanding Christian salvation and our purpose on earth. Mr. Rynne makes the "better way" clear and compelling for both individuals and nations.
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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Orbis Books
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Mohandas Gandhi: A Hindu and More|
|The Political Impact of Gandhi's Hinduism|
|Gandhi's Transformation of Traditional Hindu Concepts|
|Understanding Gandhian Satyagraha|
|The Import, Significance, and Consequences of Satyagraha|
|Selected Christian Theologians Who Have Embraced Nonviolence|
|C. F. Andrews: A Christian Satyagrahi|
|John Howard Yoder: Disciple of the Nonresistant Jesus|
|Bernard Haring: Peritus of Peace|
|Walter Wink: Jesus' Third Way|
|The Multiple Versions of Salvation Theologies|
|Salvation, Social Sin, and Violence|
|The Multiple Models of Salvation in Sacred Scripture|
|Four Soteriologies after the New Testament|
|A Critique of Anselm's Soteriology|
|Implications for a Soteriology of Salvation|
|Criteria for a Contemporary Spirituality|
|Rethinking Christian Salvation in the Light of Gandhi's Satyagraha|
|Human Responsibility for History|
|Jesus' Life, Praxis, and Teaching as the Ultimate Criterion|
|Why Christ Died and the Meaning of "Carrying the Cross"|
|That from Which We Are Saved|
|The Priority of Praxis|
|The Way of Nonviolence|
|The Importance of the Church for Salvation|