2 edition of Peacework found in the catalog.
Judith Porter Adams
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Judith Porter Adams.|
|Series||Twayne"s oral history series -- no. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||228|
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Henri Nouwen wrote this book as his personal response to a time of heightening Cold War tensions. Now, in a new era of fear and violence, his message becomes even more timely. Peacework offers a three-fold path for Christians to embrace Jesus' ethic of peacemaking.
First, peacemaking is more than a matter of carrying placards or opposing war. A peaceworker is an individual or member of an organization that undertakes to resolve violent conflict, prevent the rise of new violent conflicts, and rebuild societies damaged by war.
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He looked it in the eye and offered a world of love, healing, and peace, which at first glance might appear to be sentimental, but was actually rooted in firm social. Buddhist Peacework: “This book is a welcome and highly readable addition to the growing literature on religiously inspired efforts toward world peace.
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The same fear of 'the enemy' that leads warmakers to war can begin to affect. Henri NOUWEN, Peacework: Prayer, Resistance, Community. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, pp. $hb. ISBN Reviewed by John SNIEGOCKI, Xavier University, Cincinnati OH This short work by Henri Nouwen was written in the early s in the context of the Cold War and the escalating nuclear arms race.
These 18 essays are divided into three sections that explore the newest Buddhist social developments, the principles that guide Buddhist peacework, and the importance of ongoing inner peacework in developing a sense of kinship with all people.
Nouwen's book Peacework, written sixteen years ago, is a relevant mes sage for Christians to stand for peace. As a Dutch-born priest and pastor, Nouwen advocates that peacework requires more than being against war and violence but it requires a total investment by Christians to follow Jesus's uncompromising and unconditional precepts of.
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This chapter sums the book up and is its own piece. It starts off with an introduction of a fellow doctor of his who has CF. Nouwen, known for his writings on spirituality, was committed to the peacemaking of Jesus and was able to make the connection between the inward journey of spirituality and the outward journey of peacemaking and care for the marginalized.
Nouwen wrote this book in the s, and part of it appeared in a church journal. Now the complete book appears for the first. BOOK REVIEWS Buddhist Peacework will stimulate plenty of further questions. It is always possi-ble to go deeper in our understanding of peace, engaged spirituality, and effective social action.
For example, what is the relation between the taming of individual. I think Henri Nouwen walked the road to peace and over time developed a beautiful spirituality of nonviolence. Last year, Peacework, his masterpiece on the duty of disarmament, was finally published. Peacework Magazine Patrica Watson, Editor Sara Burke, Assistant Editor Pat Farren, Founding Editor Massachusetts Ave.
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Buddhist Leaders and Peacework Activities. III. Inner Peace, Outer Kindness. Chapter The Human Family Maha Ghosananda. Chapter Ahimsa: The Path of Harmlessness Thich Nhat Hanh. Chapter The Happiness of Peace Bhante Henepola Gunaratana.
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Peacework offers a three-fold path for Christians to embrace Jesus ethic of peacemaking. First, peacemaking is more than a matter of carrying placards or opposing war.5/5(3). Wynne’s teaching career spans 27 years in private and public schools, most recently including 13 years bringing mindfulness into regular, special (autistic & emotional support) and alternative education (including incarceration) settings.
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