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All things reconciled : essays on restorative justice, religious violence, and the interpretation of scripture

Author: Christopher D Marshall; Willard M Swartley; Thomas M I Noakes-Duncan
Publisher: Eugene, OR : Cascade Books, [2018] ©2018.
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The modern restorative justice movement, perhaps one of the most important social movements of our time, was born in a Christian home to Christian parents, specifically to Christian peace workers striving to put their faith into action in the public arena. The first major book on the subject was written primarily for a church audience and drew deeply on biblical themes and values. But as restorative justice has  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher D Marshall; Willard M Swartley; Thomas M I Noakes-Duncan
ISBN: 9781625643704 9781498287531 1625643705 1498287530
OCLC Number: 1001842347
Notes: Collection of previously published essays. -- See page xiii.
Description: xxii, 256 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: The use of the Bible in ethics : a starting point for a restorative reading of Scripture --
Re-engaging the Bible in a postmodern world --
What language shall I borrow? : the bilingual dilemma of public theology --
Crime, crucifixion, and the forgotten art of lament --
Prison, prisoners, and the Bible --
Satisfying justice : victims, justice, and the grain of the universe --
The violence of God and the hermeneutics of Paul : wresting with God's retributive violence in the Bible --
Atonement, violence, and the will of God --
For God's sake! : terrorism, religious violence, and restorative justice.
Responsibility: Christopher D. Marshall ; foreword by Willard M. Swartley ; afterword by Thomas Noakes-Duncan.

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The modern restorative justice movement, perhaps one of the most important social movements of our time, was born in a Christian home to Christian parents, specifically to Christian peace workers striving to put their faith into action in the public arena. The first major book on the subject was written primarily for a church audience and drew deeply on biblical themes and values. But as restorative justice has moved into the mainstream of criminological thought and policy, the significance of its originating spiritual impulse has been minimized or denied, and subsequent theological scholarship has done little to probe the relevance of restorative perspectives for doctrine and discipleship--from publisher's website.

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