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J. Denny Weaver

J. Denny Weaver
Biography:

Since 1975, J. Denny Weaver has served as professor of religion at Bluffton University. He taught one year at Goshen College (1974-75) and was a visiting professor of theology at Canadian Mennonite Bible College (1990-91). Since the first edition of Becoming Anabaptist (1987), he has written Keeping Salvation Ethical (1997), Anabaptist Theology in Face of Postmodernity (2000), and The Nonviolent Atonement (2001). He co-edited Teaching Peace: Nonviolence and the Liberal Arts (2003) and has also written numerous articles and book chapters. He is editor of The C. Henry Smith Series, and a frequent speaker in a variety of academic and church settings. In the 1990s Weaver, served with three Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT) delegations and was also a theological resource person for their training sessions.


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