The people to whom John Howard Yoder was accountable struggled to discipline him—and failed to deal adequately with his victims' pain.
The case of John Howard Yoder
Yoder defined violence in terms of violating someone's dignity. This sounds ready made as a description of his own abusive behavior.
In the ecumenical conversation on war and peace, the voice of Orthodox Christianity has too often gone underrepresented.
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