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Why we live in community

by Arnold, Eberhard, 1883-1935.

Format: Print Book 1995
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Carnegie Free Library of Swissvale Non Fiction IN TRANSIT
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Summary
Everyone's talking about "community" these days. Arnold and Merton say it can be lived, too.

In this time-honored manifesto, Arnold and Merton add their voices to the vital discussion of what real community is all about: love, joy, unity, and the great "adventure of faith" shared with others along the way. Neither writer describes (or prescribes) community here, but they do provide a vision to guide our search.

For both the uninitiated seeker and the veteran, this book offers guidance - and a disarming call to a renewed commitment and a deepened faith.
Additional Information
Subjects Bruderhof Communities Church International -- Doctrines.
Christian communities.
Christianity and culture.
Christianity and politics.
Nonviolence -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Publisher New York :Plough Pub. House,1995
Edition 3rd English ed.
Contributors Merton, Thomas, 1915-1968.
Language English
Notes "Why we live in community is a translation of Warum wir in Gemeinschaft leben, an essay published in Eberhard Arnold's journal Die Wegwarte I:10/11 (October/November 1925) and again in III:8/9 (May/June 1927), in Sannerz, Germany"--T.p. verso.
Description xv, 73 pages ; 18 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 0874860687 (pbk.)
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