Tom F. Driver

Tom F. Driver Tom Faw Driver (born 1925) is a theologian, preacher, lecturer, author, and peace activist. He is best known for his combined interest in theology, theater, and ritual studies. Tom F. Driver is also known for his numerous publications and lectures on similar topics, which range from academic and popular articles to sermons and books. These culminate in works that condemn war and advocate justice. Driver was also the photographer and director of two documentary films about the violence in Colombia, both of which were written and narrated in collaboration with his wife, historian Anne L. Barstow. Since his retirement from teaching (1991), Driver has actively been included in a number of projects that promote peace, justice, and human rights in Haiti and Colombia. He has advocated nonviolent resistance to evil, as well as the rejection of war. In 2014, Tom and his wife were the first recipients of the annual Anne Barstow and Tom Driver Award for Excellence in Nonviolent Action in Retirement, given by the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship. Provided by Wikipedia
by Driver, Tom Faw, 1925-
Published 1971
by Driver, Tom Faw, 1925-
Published 2006
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by Driver, Tom Faw, 1925-
Published 1980
by Driver, Tom Faw, 1925-
Published 1967
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by Effinger, Cecil, 1914-1990.
Published 1957
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