Best known for his work on ethics and especially for his defense of pacifism, John Howard Yoder taught theology of mission from 1964 to 1983 at Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries, in Elkhart, Indiana.
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AMBS stands for Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries (Elkhart, IN)
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In 1971 Yoder taught a seminar entitled "The Radical Reformation" at Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries in Elkhart, Indiana.
For Yoder the issue of the uniqueness of Christianity "calls for inward critique and not for self justification"; "uniqueness is not a possession or an advantage, but a call, a vulnerability" ("The Finality of Jesus Christ and Other Faiths," collected material from lectures and essays reproduced in the fall of 1983 for the Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries course, "Ecclesiology in Missional Perspective," pp.