The non-violent cross :; a theology of revolution and peace

London: Macmillan, 1969. Second printing. Hardcover. Octavo in black DJ, deckled edges, xv, 301 pages ; 21 cm. Extremely mild rubbing to spine head and foot, extremely gently rubbed corners, very small water stain mark to half-title page, bright pages, tight binding, extremely gentle rubbing to DJ spine head and foot, few very small tears to DJ spine head, less than quarter-inch, very small less than quarter-inch tear to top-front DJ corner, extremely gently rubbed DJ corners, light soiling to DJ, mostly to front DJ, else Near Fine(+) in Very Good(+) DJ. Item #91260

Inscribed and signed by author. DJ protected in archival mylar sleeve. || Contents: The revolution of peace -- From Bonhoeffer to Gandhi : God as Truth -- From Gandhi to Christ : God as suffering love -- The non-violent power of Pacem in Terris -- Toward a new perspective on war : The vision of Vatican II -- André Schwarz-Bart and Vatican II -- Anatomy of the just war -- Christians and the state -- Cain and the cross -- Is there a politics without violence? -- The crux of history. Peace -- Religious aspects.

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