Enemies and How to Love Them

Enemies and How to Love Them

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Enemies and How to Love Them
By Gerard Vanderhaar
Wipf and Stock Publishers

This compassionate book describes the making of enemies in our personal, social, and national lives. It goes on to outline a nonviolent approach to resolving enmity wherever it arises.

It taps the rich resources of Jesus’ two-thousand-year-old formula, “Love your enemies,” with the help of our contemporary understanding of Gandhian active nonviolence. The author offers a life-changing, habit-breaking approach of understanding, focusing, and negotiating as a positive alternative to the usual flight-or-fight response to enemies.

Dr. Gerard A Vanderhaar (1931-2005), author of six books on nonviolence as well as numerous articles and other publications. He was Professor Emeritus of Religion and Peace Studies at Christian Brothers University in Memphis, Tennessee, where he taught for twenty-eight years.

Read more about all of Dr. Gerard Vanderhaar’s books here.
Visit his symposium website to learn more about Dr. Vanderhaar here.

ISBN: 9781625642752
Pages: 142
Publication Date: 9/1/2013
Paperback

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