Join panelists Jeanette Rodriguez, professor of theology at Seattle University, Director of the Institute for Thought and Culture, and author of several books and articles concentrated in the areas of U.S. Hispanic theology, theologies of liberation, peacebuilding, and women’s spirituality; Marc Tumeinski, professor of theology at Anna Maria College, concentrating on biblical and theological understandings of peacemaking, war and nonviolence, and addressing violence that occurs in healthcare and social service settings; and Dr. Terrence Rynne, the founder, with his wife Sally, of the Center for Peacemaking at Marquette University, who teaches Peace Studies at Marquette and is the author of Gandhi and Jesus: The Saving Power of Nonviolence and Jesus Christ Peacemaker: A New Theology of Peace as they address Part II of the book Advancing Nonviolence and Just Peace in the Church and in the World, the third Zoom session for the Advancing Nonviolence Study Circles. This panel discussion addresses the theme, “Building on the Foundations of Nonviolence”. It was recorded on Wednesday, March 31st.

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