Spring 2009 issue focuses on peace and justice issues
The spring 2009 issue of Theology, News & Notes magazine, integrated by Glen Stassen, the Lewis B. Smedes Professor of Christian Ethics, has just been released, on the theme “The Long Reach toward Just Peacemaking.” See the new magazine’s online version here .
Complimentary print copies of the new Theology, News & Notes are available across the Pasadena campus: at the bookstore, student services building lobby (250 N. Madison), and the new Hubbard Library. Copies are also available at each of Fuller’s regional campuses.
Articles and contributors for this issue include:
About This Issue: Applying the Practices of Just Peacemaking
An Abrahamic Paradigm for Just Peacemaking
Kent Davis Sensenig
Making Peace in Our Families
Working with the Poor with a Bias toward Peace
Bryant L. Myers
Talk It Out, Reduce Nukes: How Following Jesus Relates to International Cooperation
Just Peacemaking Opens Catholic Eyes Too
James B. Burke
Evangelical-Muslim Peacemaking: Drink Lots of Cups of Tea
Evelyne A. Reisacher
Just Peacemaking and the Sanctity of Life
David P. Gushee
This issue’s integrator, Professor Glen Stassen, is author of Living the Sermon on theMount (Jossey-Bass), Just Peacemaking: Transforming Initiatives for Justice and Peace (Westminster/John Knox, 2004), and Kingdom Ethics: Following Jesus in Contemporary Context, with David Gushee (InterVarsity Press, 2003), which won the Christianity Today award for Best Book of 2004 in theology or ethics.
You are invited to pick up a copy—or extra copies, to share with others—of this new Theology, News & Notes at any of the locations noted above.