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Waging peace : a handbook for the struggle to abolish nuclear weapons, edited by Jim Wallis

Label
Waging peace : a handbook for the struggle to abolish nuclear weapons
Title
Waging peace
Title remainder
a handbook for the struggle to abolish nuclear weapons
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jim Wallis
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
BR115.A85
LC item number
W33 1982
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Wallis, Jim
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  • Nuclear warfare
  • Peace
  • Nuclear warfare
  • Peace
  • Kernwapens
  • Christendom
  • Abrüstung
  • Aufsatzsammlung
  • Rüstungswettlauf
Label
Waging peace : a handbook for the struggle to abolish nuclear weapons, edited by Jim Wallis
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 288-293
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Spreading madness: the proliferation of nuclear weapons
  • Sidney Lens
  • We are all hostages: questions for thought and discussion
  • Hysteria is coming! Hysteria is coming! Producing the born-again Cold War
  • William Greider
  • Lies clearer than truth: a look at the Russian threat
  • Two bumbling giants: the superpowers' outdated policies in a nuclear world
  • Richard Barnet
  • Failure of arms control: why government efforts at arms control have failed
  • Robert Johansen
  • Introduction: A time to wage peace
  • The big lie of the arms race: questions for thought and discussion
  • Medical consequences of nuclear war: a case for prevention
  • Howard Hiatt
  • Day the bomb hit: a Hiroshima A-bomb survivor remembers
  • Akihiro Takahashi
  • Family sees the light, again and again: reflections of a nuclear weapons test victim
  • Elizabeth Wright
  • High cost of insecurity: social costs and the arms race
  • Ruth Leger Sivard
  • Military albatross: how arms spending is destroying the economy
  • Jim Wallis
  • Lloyd Dumas
  • Who are the victims? Questions for thought and discussion
  • pt. 2. Responses of faith: a biblical, historical, and theological approach.
  • Nuclear principalities: a biblical view of the arms race
  • William Stringfellow
  • Theological reflection on nuclear developments: the limits of science, technology, and power
  • Jacques Ellul
  • What are our limits? Questions for thought and discussion
  • Rediscovering our heritage: the pacifism of the early church
  • Alan Kreider
  • New abolitionist covenant
  • Living the disarmed life: Christ's strategy for peace
  • John Howard Yoder
  • Reconciling our enemies: a biblical study on nonviolence
  • Ronald Sider
  • Will Christians push the nuclear button? Questions for thought and discussion
  • Who shall suffer injury at our hands? Historical Christian responses to war and peace
  • E. Glenn Hinson
  • Biblical call to nuclear non-cooperation: why the church must say no to nuclear weapons
  • Helmut Gollwitzer
  • Who must take responsibility? Questions for thought and discussion
  • pt. 1. Our perilous situation: the nuclear arms race and its consequences.
  • Central murder: Jesus' crucifixion and the nuclear holocaust
  • Dale Aukerman
  • Being with the Lamb: a sermon
  • Richard Mouw
  • Christ as victim and victor: questions for thought and discussion
  • My people, I am your security: a nuclear prophecy
  • Resting on Golgotha's cross: security in a nuclear world
  • Gordon Cosby
  • Astonishing hope: good news in a time of despair
  • James Forest
  • Ultimate terrorism: the real meaning of nuclear strategies
  • What do we have to give our children? Questions for thought and discussion
  • pt. 3. Faith at work: Christians rise to the nuclear challenge.
  • Work of prayer: the heart of Christian witness
  • Jim Wallis
  • Letting go of all things: prayer as action
  • Henri Nouwen
  • To whom do we belong? Questions for thought and discussion
  • Like street preaching in downtown Rome: witnessing at nuclear weapons facilities
  • Mernie King
  • Take the message to Jerusalem: declaring the gospel of peace in the churches
  • Richard Barnet
  • John Stoner
  • Freezing the arms race: the first step toward disarmament
  • Danny Collum
  • Peace by peace: a model for peace ministry in the local churches
  • Mernie King
  • Making peace: questions for thought and discussion
  • Moral equivalent of disarmament: a call for church war tax resistance
  • John Stoner
  • Obligation of conscience
  • Raymond Hunthausen
  • Deadly race: a look at U.S.-USSR nuclear capabilities and intentions
  • Christ is risen from nuclear holocaust
  • James Douglass
  • Whom do we obey? Questions for thought and discussion
  • Epilogue: A dream
  • Jim Wallis
  • A covenant and a dream: Questions for thought and discussion
  • Robert Aldridge
Dimensions
21 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xiv, 304 pages
Isbn
9780060692407
Lccn
82047759
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)8627775
Label
Waging peace : a handbook for the struggle to abolish nuclear weapons, edited by Jim Wallis
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 288-293
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Spreading madness: the proliferation of nuclear weapons
  • Sidney Lens
  • We are all hostages: questions for thought and discussion
  • Hysteria is coming! Hysteria is coming! Producing the born-again Cold War
  • William Greider
  • Lies clearer than truth: a look at the Russian threat
  • Two bumbling giants: the superpowers' outdated policies in a nuclear world
  • Richard Barnet
  • Failure of arms control: why government efforts at arms control have failed
  • Robert Johansen
  • Introduction: A time to wage peace
  • The big lie of the arms race: questions for thought and discussion
  • Medical consequences of nuclear war: a case for prevention
  • Howard Hiatt
  • Day the bomb hit: a Hiroshima A-bomb survivor remembers
  • Akihiro Takahashi
  • Family sees the light, again and again: reflections of a nuclear weapons test victim
  • Elizabeth Wright
  • High cost of insecurity: social costs and the arms race
  • Ruth Leger Sivard
  • Military albatross: how arms spending is destroying the economy
  • Jim Wallis
  • Lloyd Dumas
  • Who are the victims? Questions for thought and discussion
  • pt. 2. Responses of faith: a biblical, historical, and theological approach.
  • Nuclear principalities: a biblical view of the arms race
  • William Stringfellow
  • Theological reflection on nuclear developments: the limits of science, technology, and power
  • Jacques Ellul
  • What are our limits? Questions for thought and discussion
  • Rediscovering our heritage: the pacifism of the early church
  • Alan Kreider
  • New abolitionist covenant
  • Living the disarmed life: Christ's strategy for peace
  • John Howard Yoder
  • Reconciling our enemies: a biblical study on nonviolence
  • Ronald Sider
  • Will Christians push the nuclear button? Questions for thought and discussion
  • Who shall suffer injury at our hands? Historical Christian responses to war and peace
  • E. Glenn Hinson
  • Biblical call to nuclear non-cooperation: why the church must say no to nuclear weapons
  • Helmut Gollwitzer
  • Who must take responsibility? Questions for thought and discussion
  • pt. 1. Our perilous situation: the nuclear arms race and its consequences.
  • Central murder: Jesus' crucifixion and the nuclear holocaust
  • Dale Aukerman
  • Being with the Lamb: a sermon
  • Richard Mouw
  • Christ as victim and victor: questions for thought and discussion
  • My people, I am your security: a nuclear prophecy
  • Resting on Golgotha's cross: security in a nuclear world
  • Gordon Cosby
  • Astonishing hope: good news in a time of despair
  • James Forest
  • Ultimate terrorism: the real meaning of nuclear strategies
  • What do we have to give our children? Questions for thought and discussion
  • pt. 3. Faith at work: Christians rise to the nuclear challenge.
  • Work of prayer: the heart of Christian witness
  • Jim Wallis
  • Letting go of all things: prayer as action
  • Henri Nouwen
  • To whom do we belong? Questions for thought and discussion
  • Like street preaching in downtown Rome: witnessing at nuclear weapons facilities
  • Mernie King
  • Take the message to Jerusalem: declaring the gospel of peace in the churches
  • Richard Barnet
  • John Stoner
  • Freezing the arms race: the first step toward disarmament
  • Danny Collum
  • Peace by peace: a model for peace ministry in the local churches
  • Mernie King
  • Making peace: questions for thought and discussion
  • Moral equivalent of disarmament: a call for church war tax resistance
  • John Stoner
  • Obligation of conscience
  • Raymond Hunthausen
  • Deadly race: a look at U.S.-USSR nuclear capabilities and intentions
  • Christ is risen from nuclear holocaust
  • James Douglass
  • Whom do we obey? Questions for thought and discussion
  • Epilogue: A dream
  • Jim Wallis
  • A covenant and a dream: Questions for thought and discussion
  • Robert Aldridge
Dimensions
21 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xiv, 304 pages
Isbn
9780060692407
Lccn
82047759
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)8627775

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