Sources for Christian Anarchist Thought

Here is a brief list of resources for those exploring Christianity and anarchism. This is by not means a complete list – just an old list I stumbled across on my hard drive. Send me more items if you know of any.

Ballou, Adin, Non Resistance and Government, (1839), in Patterns of Anarchy, eds. Leonard I. Krimerman and Lewis Perry, (New York: Anchor, 1966).

Ballou, Adin, Practical Christian Socialism (1854).

Berdyaev, Nicholas, The Realm of the Spirit and the Realm of Caesar (1946).

Berdyaev, Nicholas, Slavery and Freedom, trans., E. M. French, (Geoffrey Bles, 1943).

Day, Dorothy, The Long Lonelieness (New York: Harper and Row, 1952).

Eller, Vernard, Christian Anarchy (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans, 1987).

Ellul, Jacques, `Anarchism and Christianity,’ Katallagete, 7, 3 (1980), 14-24.

Ellul, Jacques, Anarchy and Christianity, trans., Geoffrey W. Bromiley, (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans, 1988, 1991).

Hennacy, Ammon, The Autobiography of a Catholic Anarchist, (New York: Catholic Worker Books, 1954).

Hornus, Jean-Michel, It Is Not Lawful for Me to Fight: Early Christian Attitudes Toward War, Violence, and State, rev. ed. (Scottdale, PA: Herald, 1980).

O’Reilly, Ciaron, `The Anarchist Implication of Christian Discipleship,’ Social Alternatives, II, 3 (1982).

Reichardt, William O., `The Philosophical Anarchism of Adin Ballou,’ Huntington Library Quarterly, XXVII, 4 (Aug, 1964), 357-74.

Ryan, E. A., `The Rejection of Military Service by the Early Christians,’ Theological Studies, 13 (1952), 1-32.

Tolstoy, Leo, The Kingdom of God is Within You.

Vizetelly, Ernest Alfred, The Anarchists: Their Faith and Their Record, (New York: John Lane, 1911).222