Breaking Silence: Pastoral Approaches for Creating an Ethos of Peace
The aim of this book is not to provide absolutes or sure solutions to abolishing war. Our aim is to begin a conversation in local churches. In order to start this conversation, we invited a panel of scholars, pastors, laypeople, and activists to write on war and the Church.
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Call to Worship
Passing the Peace
Celebrating Our Youth
The Prophetic Voice as an Alternative Narrative
A Chaplains Reflections
Statement of Faith
When the Nonviolent Church Prays Rev Neal Christie
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