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Christianity and Resistance in the 20th Century

From Kaj Munk and Dietrich Bonhoeffer to Desmond Tutu

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How is the Christian supposed to act when the government misbehaves? Should one obey the authority or render resistance; and if so, passive or active, violent or not? This book provides insight to a central question of Christian and religious thinking.

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