These sixty original and classic essays cover the theory, practice, and spirituality of nonviolence, as well as document the struggle for racial justice and the cause of reconciliation. Together they offer a comprehensive and inspiring chronicle of the global movement for peace, ideal for students, activists, and all who wish to share in building a more just and peaceful world.
Walter Wink (1935-2012) was professor of biblical interpretation at Auburn Theological Seminary in New York City. His many books included The Powers that Be and Jesus and Nonviolence: A Third Way. Founded in 1915, The Fellowship of Reconciliation (Nyack, NY) is the largest and oldest interfaith peace organization in the U.S.
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