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New Testament basis of pacifism and The relevance of an impossible ideal, by G. H. C. Macgregor

George Hogarth Carnaby Macgregor

New Testament basis of pacifism and The relevance of an impossible ideal, by G. H. C. Macgregor

by George Hogarth Carnaby Macgregor

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Published by Fellowship Publications in Nyack, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Niebuhr, Reinhold, -- 1892-1971,
  • Peace -- Religious aspects -- Biblical teaching,
  • Pacifism,
  • War -- Religious aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references

    Other titlesThe relevance of an impossible ideal
    SeriesA Fellowship paperback
    ContributionsMacgregor, George Hogarth Carnaby, 1892-1963.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination160 p.
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14517132M

    Cullman, Oscar. The state in the New Testament. New York: Scribner, Curry, Dean C. A world without tyranny: Christian faith and international politics. Macgregor, George Hogarth Carnaby. The New Testament basis of pacifism and the. HansPfistermeyer thought the New Testament was better than the Old Testament,teaching a higher and more perfect doctrine. Similarly, Menno Simons' dictum, "All Scripture isinterpreted according to the spirit, teaching, walk and example of Christ andthe apostles," [13] provided a hermeneutical basis for discounting the Old Testament in.

      Ted Grimsrud—Peace Essays #B.2 [Previously unpublished. From a lecture. Slightly revised in ] The Old Testament has been enormously influential in Christian thinking about warfare, especially for its use in justifying involvement in warfare. Sociologist Ray Abrams, in his study of American Christian support for World War I makes the strong statement: “It may.   SummaryMany college students still encounter outdated charges that first century Christianity and the New Testament were heavily influenced by pagan philosophical systems. Prominent among such claims are the following: (1) elements of Plato’s philosophy appear in the New Testament; (2) the New Testament reflects the influence of Stoicism; and (3) the ancient Jewish philosopher .

    Book House, Evans, C. Stephen. Could divine rewards provide a reason to be moral? In Harold Heie and The New Testament basis of pacifism and the relevance of an impossible ideal. Nyack, NY: Fellowship Publications, If the element of prime importance is for the Christian to give his life to preserve the lives of others, without regard to justice or righteousness, one would be justified in obstructing the due process of law as it carried out the execution of a criminal. C. G. H. Macgregor, THE NEW TESTAMENT BASIS OF PACIFISM, (Nyack, New York.


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