“An End to Every War”: The Politics of the Eucharist and the Work of Peace (Cavanaugh, 2016)

“Christian non-violence imitates Jesus’s nonviolence, but it also participates in Jesus’s self-emptying into sinful humanity, his sharing in the brokenness of the world. It is this peacemaking that we enact in sharing the broken bread of the Eucharist”.

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Remembering John Howard Yoder (1927-1997), (Hauerwas, 1998)

“Yet like it or not John changed my life, and I think he ought to be held accountable for that. Reading Yoder made me a pacifist. It did so because John taught me that nonviolence was not just another “moral issue” but constitutes the heart of our worship of a crucified messiah.”

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