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After War, Is Faith Possible?

After War, Is Faith Possible?:

An Anthology

By G.A. Studdert Kennedy and Kerry Walters (editor)

A timely volume gathering the most important writings of 'Woodbine Willie', the influential Christian pacifist and campaigner for social justice.

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ISBN: 9780718892012
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Baptists and War

Baptists and War:

Essays on Baptists and Military Conflict, 1640s–1990s

By Gordon L. Heath and Michael A.G. Haykin (editors)

A series of essays discussing the ways in which Baptist communities in different countries and at different times have responded to the call to war.

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ISBN: 9780718894085
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Borderline

Borderline:

Reflections on War, Sex, and Church

By Stan Goff

A former soldier-turned-pacifist offers a penetrating analysis of the links between war, masculinity and misogyny and Christian complicity in promoting them.

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ISBN: 9780718894078
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ISBN: 9780718844196
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Canadian Churches and the First World War

Canadian Churches and the First World War

By Gordon L. Heath (editor)

Essays on the responses of the Canadian churches to the First World War, providing an introduction to a neglected area of Canadian social and religious history.

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ISBN: 9780718893583
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Christian Warfare in Rhodesia-Zimbabwe

Christian Warfare in Rhodesia-Zimbabwe:

The Salvation Army and African Liberation, 1891–1991

By Norman H. Murdoch

A comprehensive history of the Salvation Army in Rhodesia-Zimbabwe, from the era of Victorian colonisation to the aftermath of the liberation struggle.

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ISBN: 9780718894115
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The Church of England and the First World War

The Church of England and the First World War

By Alan Wilkinson

The classic account exploring the complex and multifacted role played by the Church of England in British society during World War One.

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ISBN: 9780718893217
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ISBN: 9780718841652
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ISBN: 9780718841669
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Dissent or Conform?

Dissent or Conform?:

War, Peace and the English Churches 1900–1945

By Alan Wilkinson

A study of how the English churches approached the problems of dissent, conformity and pacifism during the period of the two world wars.

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ISBN: 9780718892074
£24.25
From Suffering to Solidarity

From Suffering to Solidarity:

The Historical Seeds of Mennonite Interreligious, Interethnic, and International Peacebuilding

By Andrew P. Klager (editor)

Essays that explain how the historical experiences of Mennonites and Anabaptists have shaped their modern approach to conflict resolution and peacebuilding.

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ISBN: 9780718894313
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ISBN: 9780718844578
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Gods and Arms

Gods and Arms:

On Religion and Armed Conflict

By Kjell-Åke Nordquist (editor)

Essays on the role of religion in promoting armed conflict, and how peacemaking may be helped by greater understanding of religiously motivated violence.

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ISBN: 9780718893163
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ISBN: 9780718841706
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In Harm's Way

In Harm's Way:

A History of Christian Peacemaker Teams

By Kathleen Kern

An inspiring insight into the work of the international Christian Peacemaker Teams and how they confront violence and oppression by strictly peaceful methods.

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ISBN: 9780718891909
£32.75