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Subverting hatred

the challenge of nonviolence in religious traditions

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Published by Orbis Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nonviolence -- Religious aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Daniel L. Smith-Christopher.
    SeriesFaith meets faith series, Faith meets faith.
    ContributionsSmith-Christopher, Daniel L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL65.V55 .S83 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination177 p. ;
    Number of Pages177
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6785824M
    ISBN 101570753237
    LC Control Number00039977

      Knitter is also co-general editor with William R. Burroughs of the Orbis Books Faith Meets Faith series on interreligious dialogue, which includes the BRC titles Subverting Hatred: the Challenge of Nonviolence in Religious Traditions and Subverting Greed: Religious Perspectives on the Global Economy. He co-edited the latter with Chandra : Paul Knitter. Syllabus for download: Part III Drawing from the essays in “Subverting Hatred,” show how a one specific religious teaching or practice The exam is an open-book, non-proctored series of short essays on interpretive questions we have explored throughout the course. It will test your understanding of the central teachings and practices.

    Falling into White Self-Hatred -- The Subverting of Former Pro-White Derek Black Posted at AM by White GeNOcide Updated at PM by White GeNOcide. RETWEETS REQUESTED! ~~~ If not for the cover of the book being such a powerful anti-white meme. A Little Hatred: Book One (The Age of Madness) Hardcover – 17 Sept. While Abercrombie has previously seemed hellbent on subverting all expectations to the point where it can sometimes be frustrating to see a plot you enjoy being upended, he shows a level of subtlety of portraying the characters that feels to me much more authentic. /5().

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One example of a way forward is offered in the book Subverting Hatred, in which Daniel L. Smith-Christopher’s provocative essay, “Political Atheism and Radical Faith,” presents a specific religious teaching and practice that, if widely enough adopted, may well succeed in easing of tensions and reducing violence in the world today.

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Life as a Muslim Scholar of Islam in Post-9/11 America by Amir Hussain "Let your love for me vanquish your hatred for him" Nonviolence and Modern Judaism by Jeremy Milgrom.

Political Atheism and Radical Faith. Subverting Hatred The Challenge of Nonviolence in Religious Traditions. One of the many gems in this book is a prayer for peace by Rabbi Nachman of Bratzlav: "There should be no hatred, jealousy, rivalry, triumphalism or pettiness between people, only love and a great peace, that everyone should experience love from one another, and be sure.

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Cambridge, MA: Boston Research Center for the Twenty-first Century, pp. This work raises the challenge of peacemaking to all religious traditions from within each of these traditions. Touching on primary texts, personalities.

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Smith-Christopher has assembled an excellent array of contributors whose provocative and balanced chapters are all written at a high level.Also included are a new Foreword and Preface, as well as two new chapters: one from Amir Hussain on his experience as a Muslim scholar in post-9/11 America, and one from Donald Tamihere on subverting hatred in the Maori tradition.

The original essays, however, are ten years old. And, for those who are interested, so are the references.