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"Terrence Rynne provides an extraordinarily sophisticated account of Gandhi's teaching, and he does so in a way that defeats easy criticism of Gandhi's continuing relevance. Rynne quite masterfully draws on the work C. F. Andrews, John Howard Yoder, Bernard Haring, and Walter Wink to show how Christians must have a stake in Gandhi. If that were not enough, he then helps us see how this Christian narrating of Gandhi can help us recover accounts of salvation that avoid some of the worst caricatures associated with satisfaction theories. I highly recommend this book!" -- Stanley Hauerwas "Gandhi and Jesus"
The first chapter is worth the book's price. Better read slowly, like eating Turkish pastry.......rich stuff.
This book in short is probably the best I have read with regards to Gandhi and Jesus. Rynne does a superb job of describing Gandhi's spiritual journey, and how he became inspired... Read morePublished on September 30, 2008 by H. Stevens
I have been reading an amazing book, one that is speaking truth to my soul in such a way that is leading me to a spiritual renewal of The Way of Peace I discovered in my youth... Read morePublished on July 22, 2008 by cliffhammond