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Living Without Enemies
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Table of Contents

Series Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction

1 Nazareth
Four Models of Engagement
Illustrating the Four Approaches
Exploring the Four Approaches
Theological Approaches to Engagement

2 Ministry
Durham Is My Nazareth
The Journey from "For" to "With"
The Qualities of Being With

3 Silence
Silence as Solidarity
Silence as Listening
Silence as Prayer

4 Touch
Touching Our Fear
Touching Our Wounds
Touching the Void

5 Words
With One Another
To God
For God

6 Kingdom
Re-entry
Resurrection
Reconciliation

Ten Gleanings

Study Guide

Notes

About the Duke Divinity School Center for Reconciliation

About Resources for Reconciliation

About the Author

Samuel Wells (Ph.D., Durham University) is dean of Duke University Chapel and research professor of Christian ethics at Duke Divinity School. He is the author of several books, including Improvisation: The Drama of Christian Ethics and Speaking the Truth: Preaching in a Pluralistic Culture. Marcia A. Owen is executive director of the Religious Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham (nonviolentdurham.org), a nonprofit organization actively seeking an end to violence in its community.

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"Living Without Enemies is a useful read as we reflect on how churches responded and might in the future respond to the violence we saw on our streets last august, and which is ongoing in different ways elsewhere." -- Andy Goodliff, Belle Vue Baptist Church, Regents Reviews, April 2012

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