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Contents Introduction 000 1. The Practice of; Radical Attachment 000 "Not believing in Jesus, but believing Jesus and believing what Jesus believed." (Core Christology) 2. The Practice of; Stubborn Loyalty 000 "True community: where the person you like least always is; if that person dies or disappears, a worse takes the place." (Solidarity in Community) 3. The Practice of; Tenacious Serenity 000 "Let go, let come, let be, let God; Get up, get going, get to it." (Willing Obedience) 4. The Practice of; Habitual Humility 000 "Humility claimed is pride renamed." (Unpretentious Personhood) 5. The Practice of; Resolute Nonviolence 000 "Because my life is in God's hands, I will never take my enemy's life into my hands." (The Way of the Cross) 6. The Practice of; Concrete Service 000 "The best service ever seen, goes unseen, the best servants are, at their best, secrets." (Concern for Others) 7. The Practice of; Authentic Witness 000 "Preach the gospel at all times; if necessary, use words." (Faithful Presence) 8. The Practice of; Subversive Spirituality 000 "My nationality? Christian. My discipleship? Dissident. My spirituality? Subversive." (Dissident Discipleship) Appendix One: Core Convictions of Anabaptists 000 Appendix Two: The Politics of Jesus in Outline 000 Appendix Three: The Sermon on the Mount for Peditation 000 Appendix Four: The Jesus Prayer for Peditation 000 Appendix Five: Anabaptist Communion Liturgy 000 Appendix Six: The Discipleship Prayer 000 Bibliography 000 Notes 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Spirituality -- Anabaptists.
Spiritual life -- Anabaptists.
Spiritual life -- Christianity.
God -- Worship and love.
Love -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Self-acceptance -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.