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Was Jesus a Practitioner of Nonviolence?: Reading through Mark 1:21-3:19 and Martin Luther King

TransMission, 2005


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Resource IDmyers20051
Resource titleWas Jesus a Practitioner of Nonviolence?: Reading through Mark 1:21-3:19 and Martin Luther King
Author(s)Ched Myers
Publication/ sourceTransMission
Date published 2005
Summary text/ abstract"If you want to understand King," Lawson asserted, "you must look at Jesus." He was acknowledging that King was a committed Christian disciple who understood the call of the gospel as a vocation of advocacy for the oppressed, of love for adversaries and of nonviolent resistance to injustice. King can't be understood apart from his faith: he organized his movement in church basements, prayed as he picketed, sang gospel hymns in jail, preached to presidents, and challenged other church leaders to join him (most poignantly in his 1963 "Letter from a Birmingham Jail").
Library categoriesDirect Action & Protest, Peace, Politics
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