Towards a Theology of Militancy

Christianity and anarchism have a long, albeit tense, history. Even prior to the theorization of anarchism as such, countless Christians have seen the Law of God as superseding existing state restrictions. The earliest Christians were viewed as a threat to the State and persecuted as such. Much later, after a history of Christian socialist experiments, there came various Christians who openly embraced the terminology of anarchism, or at least some currents thereof, taking the label of anarchist as their own.

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