10 edition of Ain"t gonna study war no more found in the catalog.
Presents a history of pacifism and those who have protested against war, concentrating on war resistance in the United States, from colonial days up to the current movement against nuclear arms.
|LC Classifications||JX1963 .M546 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||282 p. :|
|Number of Pages||282|
|ISBN 10||0060241993, 0060242000|
|LC Control Number||84048337|
Ain't gonna let nobody turn me roun Ain't got time to die Ain't that good news No more auction block for me Nobody know de trouble I see Nobody know de trouble I've had Study war no more Sunday morning band NEW SONG Swing low sweet chariot. One, “ain’t gonna study war no more” is a lyric to Down by the Riverside, a “negro spiritual” from before the Civil War. The overall meaning of the song hopes for moving past human aggression and transitioning into a more spiritual path.
Ain’t Gonna Study War No More Do Not Support The Troops As I entered the makeshift building housing the recently injured the first thing that I noticed was Beethoven’s 9 th Symphony playing through the oversized speakers that not only entertained the . Ain't gonna study war no more. All my life, I have been listening to justifications for war. All my life. (dubbed President Hopey Changey by witty blogger Lotus) is gonna be the one to NOT act like the others. We always think THIS ONE will be better. Somehow, in some The Open Book (3) the Outlaws (3) The Pyramids (1) The Real World (1.
I'm using as a subject from which to preach, "Why I Am Opposed to the War in Vietnam." Now, let me make it clear in the beginning, that I see this war as an unjust, evil, and futile war. --The words invert the picture of an earlier prophet, who spoke of a time of war. Isaiah must have known that prediction, and yet he proclaims (following Hosea ) that peace, not war, is the ideal goal towards which the order of the Divine government is tending. (Comp.
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Ain't Gonna Study War No More book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Aint Gonna Study War No More: The Story of Americas Peace Seekers Milton Meltzer The information in this book on the history of pacifism will not be easily found in any other single source.
This is a very readable history text that was /5. Ain’t Gonna Study War No More: Biblical Ambiguity and the Abolition of War. by Albert C. Winn. Winn is Pastor Emeritus, North Decatur Presbyterian Church, Decatur, Georgia, and President Emeritus, Louisville Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky.
This book is a rich, well-documented resource that is honest, trenchant, evocative. In Ain't Gonna Study War No More, Albert Curry Winn lays out the ambiguity of Scripture's teaching on war and peace to come to terms with how Christians should practically apply that teaching. Winn highlights the ambiguity by constructing an overview of war in the Bible, as well as peace in the by: 2.
First published inAin't Gonna Study War No More provides an authoritative and quite readable history of the peace movement and nonviolent resistance in America. As each generation seeks to understand and respond to the violence of its time, this historical perspective gains relevance for a new group of readers/5(2).
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We suffered their repeated attacks on the World Trade Center and I figured we'd be better off as a society if we confronted them in a stand-up all out fight in their Author: HMS Defiant.
Meltzer's history of war resistance in the United States is most notable for its forthright condemnation of war—which is not exactly beside the point. AIN'T GONNA STUDY WAR NO MORE. The Story Of America's Peace Seekers. AMAZON BARNES & NOBLE GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address SubscribeAuthor: Milton Meltzer.
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To request that one be written. Isn't it true. We don't have a. Get this from a library. Ain't gonna study war no more: the story of America's peace seekers.
[Milton Meltzer] -- Presents a history of pacifism and those who have protested against war, concentrating on war resistance in the United States, from colonial days up to the current movement against nuclear arms. “Ain’t gonna study war no more” “The history of punishment is in some respects like the history of war,” says Deirdre Golash in her book The Case Against Punishment.
“It seems to accompany the human condition almost universally, to enjoy periods of glorification, to be commonly regarded as justified in many instances, and yet to.
“Down By the Riverside” is a spiritual that was sung by slaves in the South as a work song. It dates back to before the American Civil War but remained unpublished untilwhen it was included in Plantation Melodies: A Collection of Modern, Popular and Old-time Negro-Songs of the Southland.
The song refers to biblical imagery such as baptism (white robe), the. Get this from a library. Ain't gonna study war no more: the story of America's peace seekers. [Milton Meltzer] -- Presents a history of pacifism and those who have protested against war, concentrating on war resistance in the United States from colonial days to the present and concerns about nuclear arms and.
Ain't Gonna Study War No More: Biblical Ambiguity and the Abolition of War by Albert Curry Winn (): Albert Curry Winn: : Libros/5(3). Here, Milton Meltzer explores Americans’ long tradition of pacifism. From the Quakers of colonial times to the conscientious objectors of Vietnam, Americans have risked much to stand against violence in any and every form.
First published inAin’t Gonna Study War No More is now fully updated and revised by the : Milton Meltzer. Ain’t Gonna Study War No More. Isaiah NRSV. The word that Isaiah son of Amoz saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem. In days to come the mountain of the Lord’s house shall be established as the highest of the mountains, and shall be raised above the hills; all the nations shall stream to it.
Send teachers of meditation and the healing breath to regenerate the hearts and minds that war has traumatized.* Choose to become a force for peace. We need a new breath. We need a new song. We need to sing, 'Aint gonna' study war no more,' the black spiritual based on a verse from the Prophet Isaiah.
We need to turn our hearts around. Ain't Gonna Study War No More by Milton Meltzer. HarperCollins Publishers: NY, I was amazed when I first found this book.
During the Vietnam War, I was too young to understand the resistance to the war. Through all of the formative years of my life the subject was taboo. The implication was that the resisters were not behaving properly. Negro Spirituals and Slave Songs - Titles index page A collection of (updated now with + songs) African American Negro Spirituals and Slave Songs.
I Aint Gonna Grieve My Lord No More I Am A Poor Wayfaring Stranger I Am Free I Am Seeking For A City I Believe Ill Go Back Home Study War No More Sunday Morning Band Sweet Canaans Happy. to study war no more. ain’t goin’ to study war no more.
ain’t goin’ to study war no more. to study war no more. to study war no more. to study war no more. Display Title: Down by the Riverside First Line: Gonna lay down my sword and shield Tune Title: STUDY WAR NO MORE Meter: Irr. Date: Subject: God's World | Peace on Earth; Peace.
Acting in Faith: Ain't Gonna Study War No More. For me the book is an affirmation of what AFSC and Quakers have known from experience: the power of love to transform both ourselves and our communities.
And still, I would contend, the source of the approach matters, the condition of one’s heart in waging peace can make a difference in one.
Ain’t Gonna Study War No More Epistemic Status: Personal People are often confused when I say I’m an anarchist, and it takes a while to explain what I mean, so I think it may be worth posting about."Down by the Riverside" (also known as "Ain't Gonna Study War No More" and "Gonna lay down my burden") is a gospel song It was first mentioned on page 66 of Howard W.
Odum's "Religious Folk-Songs of the Southern Negroes" ().