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    Metanoia and Healing: Toward a Great Plains Land Ethic.Duane K. Friesen & Bradley D. Guhr - 2009 - Journal of Religious Ethics 37 (4):723-753.
    A Great Plains land ethic is shaped by an intimate knowledge of and appreciation for the evolution, ecology, and aesthetics of the plains landscape. The landscape evokes a sense of wonder and mystery suggested by the word "sacrament." The biblical concept of "covenant" points to God as a community-forming power, a creative process that has evolved into the earth community to which we humans belong. In contrast to an anthropocentric ethic which emphasizes human dominion over nature, a Theo-centric land ethic (...)
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    Metanoiaand Healing: Toward a Great Plains Land Ethic.Duane K. Friesen & Bradley D. Guhr - 2009 - Journal of Religious Ethics 37 (4):723-753.
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  3. A Discriminating Engagement of Culture: "An Anabaptist Perspective".Duane K. Friesen - 2003 - Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics 23 (1):145-156.
    Niebuhr's definitions of "Christ" and "culture" set up a problematic dualism that leads to a misrepresentation of the Christ-against-culture type. The paper proposes that instead of Niebuhr's "idealized" Christ, an embodied Christology locates Christ within culture. The tension, then, is not between Christ and culture, but between different cultural visions. A cultural vision with Christ as norm provides a discriminating ethic of normative practices to engage culture. Many scholars have recognized that Niebuhr not only develops a descriptive typology in Christ (...)
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  4. Toward an Anabaptist Political Philosophy.Duane K. Friesen - 1997 - Transformation: An International Journal of Holistic Mission Studies 14 (4):1-6.
    Our study “Towards an Evangelical Political Philosophy” continues with two articles on the Anabaptist and Reformed Tradition. Eds.
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