Tripp York

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Fred "Tripp" York is a professor of religion and a prolific Mennonite writer (B.A., Trevecca Nazarene University; M.T.S., Duke University; Ph.D., Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary).[1] His writings span a wide range of genres and subjects including: animals, martyrdom, politics, violence, religious satire and comics. His most popular work is his satirical search for Satan in The Devil Wears Nada.

He is the co-creator and co-editor of The Peaceable Kingdom Series.

York belongs to the Mennonite tradition that has a 500 year history of Christian pacifism.[2] He has written extensively on the North American Christians' complicity with power and suggests a return to a more diasporic understanding of Christian practice.[3] He emphasizes the witness of Christian anarchists[4] such as Dorothy Day, and Daniel and Philip Berrigan.

He teaches at Virginia Wesleyan College[5] in Norfolk, VA. He previously taught at Elon University and Western Kentucky University.

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  • A Faith Embracing All Creatures. Cascade Books, 2013.
  • A Faith Not Worth Fighting For. Cascade Books, 2012.
  • The Devil Wears Nada. Cascade Books, 2011.
  • Third Way Allegiance: Christian Witness in the Shadow of Religious Empire. Cascadia Publishing, 2011.
  • The Gift of Difference: Radical Orthodoxy, Radical Reformation, with Chris K. Huebner, CMU Press, 2010.
  • Donkeys and Kings. Resource Publications, 2010.
  • Living on Hope While Living in Babylon: The Christian Anarchists of the 20th Century. Wipf & Stock, 2009.
  • Anesthesia: A Brief Reflection on Contemporary Aesthetics. Seaburn Press, 2008.
  • The Purple Crown: The Politics of Martyrdom. Herald Press, 2007.
  • Calculated Futures: Theology, Ethics and Economics, with D. Stephen Long and Nancy Ruth Fox. Baylor University Press, 2007.

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