Mennonite Peacemaking: From Quietism to Activism

Author: 
Leo Driedger
Donald B. Kraybil
Call Number: 
261.873 Dri
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The process of modernization levied a dramatic impact on the mode and style of Mennonite peacemaking as shown in this pathbreaking work by Driedger and Kraybill. As Mennonites were exchanging plows for professions in the 1950s, theological "brokers" were shaping the transformation of Mennonite peace convictions.

ISBN: 
0-8361-3648-9
Publication Date: 
1993
Publisher: 
Herald Press
Location: 
ANiSA Resource Centre
Feature Text: 
The process of modernization levied a dramatic impact on the mode and style of Mennonite peacemaking as shown in this pathbreaking work by Driedger and Kraybill. As Mennonites were exchanging plows for professions in the 1950s, theological "brokers" were shaping the transformation of Mennonite peace convictions.