John Howard Yoder: the Abuser and His Theological Legacy

August 13, 2014

Thirty years after John Howard Yoder was first accused of sexual misconduct and almost two decades after his death in 1997, the story of his abusive behavior remains painfully unresolved in the Mennonite communities in which he was for decades regarded as the foremost theologian and chief representative of Anabaptist thought.”

David Cramer, Jenny Howell, Paul Martens, and Jonathan Tran look at the messy legacy left by John Howard Yoder.

Read “Theology and Misconduct:The Case of John Howard Yoder” on the Christian Century website.

posted by Marg Herder

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