Confrontation and the Path to Peace

From Center for Christian Thought Studio Interviews

Often distanced from each other, Hauerwas explains that "conflict and peaceableness are necessary allies." This alliance is brought to bear on the American political atmosphere and current events.

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    100. Confrontation and the Path to Peace

    by Stanley Hauerwas and Evan Rosa

    5:46 — March 22, 2016

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