Peacemaking and religion

Mennonites and War
Describes evolving Mennonite pacifist responses to war, including the transition from two-kingdom theology to a view that stresses Christ's lordship over the whole creation.
Gerald J. Mast

True Evangelical Faith and the Gospel of Peace
Examines the relationship between evangelical Christian culture and the biblical call to peacemaking and enemy love. Demonstrates how evangelical doctrine can both support and undermine peace convictions.
Gerald J. Mast

The Gifts of the Martyrs
Drawing on the stories, letters, confessions, debates, hymns, poetry and images found in the classic Anabaptist text Martyrs Mirror this presentation considers what Christians today can learn from the witness of those who offered their lives as a gift to God, even unto death, particularly during the 16th century Reformation era.
Gerald J. Mast

What is Christian Calling?
This workshop or presentation offers three prominent views of calling within the Christian theological tradition and invites audience members to reflect on personal vocation amidst changing occupational stations.
Gerald J. Mast

The Amish and America
Explores the enigmatic relationship between American and Amish culture in light of Amish history and American consumerism.
Gerald J. Mast 

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