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Pursuing the spiritual roots of protest
|Statement||Gordon Oyer ; foreword by Jim Forest ; afterword by John Dear|
|LC Classifications||JZ5560 .O95 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 275 p.|
|Number of Pages||275|
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Jim Forest, Bob Cunnane and Tom Cornell on Merton’s Peacemaking Retreat on the Spiritual Roots of Protest Fifty years ago a handful of peace advocates gathered with the contemplative monk and writer Thomas Merton to discuss the “spiritual roots” that nurtured their calling and shaped their actions. Bellarmine University’s Thomas Merton Center will host a conference on “Pursuing the Spiritual Roots of Protest — ” on Oct. 24 and The conference will focus on a meeting that occurred 50 years ago between Trappist monk Thomas Merton and a handful of peace activists.
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by.5/5(4). Pursuing the Spiritual Roots of Protest book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the fall ofTrappist monk Thomas Me /5. He is the author of Pursuing the Spiritual Roots of Protest: Merton, Berrigan, Yoder, and Muste at the Gethsemani Abbey Peacemaker Retreat and past editor of Illinois Mennonite Heritage Quarterly and has written various articles on Mennonite history.
He has an MA in history from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The purpose was to explore the theological warrants or spiritual roots for protest and public witness—especially against the In NovemberThomas Merton hosted an unprecedented ecumenical gathering of 13 peace authors and activists—including Catholics Daniel and Philip Berrigan, Mennonite John Howard Yoder, and Quaker.
Pursuing the Spiritual Roots of Protest by Gordon Oyer. Book review by Ted Nee Walker from The Catholic Worker, Vol. 81, No. 06 (October-November ). Pursuing the Spiritual Roots of Protest its "Thomas Merton" award for material published biennially "on Merton and his concerns which has brought provocative insight and fresh direction to Merton Studies." The award is nicknamed the "Louie," referencing Merton's monastic name, Father Louis.
Pursuing the Spiritual Roots of Protest For three days in November of fourteen of America’s best known Christian peacemakers gathered, by invitation of their host Thomas Merton, at the Abbey of Our Lady of Gethsemani in Kentucky for an informal retreat to discuss “The Spiritual Roots of Protest.”.
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He served eight years as editor of Illinois Mennonite Heritage Quarterly and has written various articles on Mennonite history. Oyer lives in Champaign, Illinois. His work, Pursuing the Spiritual Roots of Protest, has heightened his desire to "continue the conversation" Merton and thirteen others began fifty years ago at Gethsemani Abbey.
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From the earliest broadsheets in the s to engravings, photolithographs, prints, posters, murals, graffiti, and political cartoons, these endlessly inventive graphic forms have symbolized and spurred on power struggles, rebellions, spirited causes, and calls to arms. Pursuing the spiritual roots of protest: Merton, Berrigan, Yoder, and Muste at the Gethsemane Abbey peacemakers retreat.
Pursuing the Spiritual Roots of Protest: Merton, Berrigan, Yoder, and Muste at the Gethsemani Abbey Peacemakers Retreat.
by Gordon Oyer. Available electronically A Book of Hours. by Thomas Merton, edited by Kathleen Deignan. Available electronically. Signs. And the book of Acts is a great place to start when looking at how the early Christian leaders stood up for their beliefs.
The Bible mandates advocacy for oppressed groups. Discover God’s concern for justice in this video from our friends at the Bible Project. If you want to see how some of these protests play out in the Bible, Look Inside.
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and God will take second place every time. Those other things will be exalted above. However the man may protest, the proof is in the choice he makes day after day throughout his life.” ― A.W.
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[V Gordon Oyer; Jim Forest; John Dear] -- Thomas Merton "Louie" award winner for a publication that provides "fresh direction and provocative insight to Merton Studies," presented by the International Thomas Merton Society.