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Suspect Tenderness

The Ethics of the Berrigan Witness

William Stringfellow Library

by William Stringfellow

Foreword by Bill Wylie-Kellermann

Imprint: Wipf and Stock

192 Pages, 5.50 x 8.50 x 0.38 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781597524773
  • Published: July 2006

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  • 9781725215641
  • Published: July 2006

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Suspect Tenderness opens with a narrative concerning the capture of Daniel Berrigan, related in his continuing friendship and pastoral relationship with Stringfellow and co-author Anthony Towne. It continues with an examination of the ethical and theological implications of the Berrigan witness, in which middle-class American piety is asked to face the fact that Jesus was a criminal. Stringfellow insists that every state feels threatened by Christ's claim to a moral authority over death, and sees the community of resistance as a community of resurrection.
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