Vicit Agnus Noster
Yoders classic was ranked number 5 of the 100 most important theological books of the 20th century by Christianity Today. No wonder authors like N.T. Wright, Shane Claiborne or Brian McLaren are inspired by it. It has been translated into twelve languages ??and sold over 100,000 times. “My first literary encounter with Yoder came when I became more involved in Christian peace ethics, and some of my beliefs shook Yoder – with sentences like that, that succession that renounces violence is not about success, but about This does not answer every question, but it has encouraged me to look in new directions in search of answers. ” Prof. Dr. Christoph Raedel, International YMCA College Kassel “A drastic study of Christian social ethics – no one has influenced me more than Yoder on this topic, his chapters ‘Christ and the Force’ and ‘Revolutionary Subordination’ are simply the best written on the subject has been.” Richard J. Foster
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|Author:||John Howard Yoder|