God's Revolution (häftad)
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3 Revised edition
Plough Publishing House
Yoder, John Howard (foreword)
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422:B&W 5.5 x 8.5 in or 216 x 140 mm (Demy 8vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Matte Lam
God's Revolution (häftad)

God's Revolution

Justice, Community, and the Coming Kingdom

Häftad Engelska, 1997-12-01
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Do you feel powerless to change the injustice at every level of society? Are you tired of answers that ignore the root causes of human suffering? This selection of writings by Eberhard Arnold, who left a career and the established church in order to live out the gospel, calls us to a completely different way. Be warned: Arnold doesn't approach discipleship as the route to some benign religious fulfillment, but as a revolution - a transformation that begins within and spreads outward to encompass every aspect of life. Arnold writes in the same tradition of radical obedience to the gospel as his contemporaries Barth and Bonhoeffer.
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There is no better introduction to the thought and spirit of this twentieth-century prophet. -- <b>Robert Ellsberg,</b> Orbis Books Simple and prophetic. Restores the vital connection between belief and obedience. -- <b>Jim Wallis,</b> Sojourners

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Eberhard Arnold (1883-1935) studied theology, philosophy, and education and was widely sought as a speaker at student conferences and other gatherings. In 1920, leaving a promising career as a writer and the privileges of upper-middle- class life in Berlin, he moved with his wife and children to Sannerz, a small village in central Germany, where they founded a Christian community on the basis of the Sermon on the Mount.


A Word to the Reader Introduction This Crumbling World and God's Coming Order On the Edge of Catastrophe The Kingdom Breaking In Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount The Kingdom of God The New Order Fleshed Out The Church Unity and the Holy Spirit Community Repentance and Baptism The Lord's Supper Worship Mission The Individual and the Community The Body of Believers Leadership and Service Admonition and Forgiveness The Individual in the Community Marriage and Family Education Living Naturally Peace and the Rule of God Nonviolence and Refusal to Bear Arms Attitude to Government World Poverty and Suffering This World's Revolution and God's Revolution