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Resurrection Living-Journeying with the Nonviolent Christ

Resurrection Living-Journeying with the nonviolent Christ is a journal resource designed to help individuals explore the theology and ethics of nonviolence and ways to practice it in their daily lives.
It invites users to engage in prayerful reflection of Scripture, documents of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), and the writings of theologians and practitioners of nonviolence through the ages. The fifty-two entries may be used individually or in the community on a daily or weekly basis. However the journal may be used, at its heart is an invitation to ponder, "What does it mean for me to follow the nonviolent Christ today in the place where I live and around God's World?"

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