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War, Peace, and Reconciliation

War, Peace, and Reconciliation:

A Theological Enquiry

By Theodore R. Weber

An examination of war and its relationship to power, offering a theocentric theology of reconcilation that engages with the realities of human conflict.

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ISBN: 9780718844707
$23.00 + VAT
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: 9780718841706
$24.00 + VAT
Subversive Peacemakers

Subversive Peacemakers:

War Resistance 1914–1918: An Anglican Perspective

By Clive Barrett

A study of the men and women in the Church of England who opposed Britain's participation in the World War One, forming a prophetic minority in the Church.

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ISBN: 9780718843120
$25.50 + VAT

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ISBN: 9780718843137
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Justpeace Ethics

Justpeace Ethics:

A Guide to Restorative Justice and Peacebuilding

By Jarem Sawatsky

A straightforward and practical guide to the ethics of resolving the problems that arise in the aftermath of conflict.

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ISBN: 9780718842949
$26.00 + VAT
War, Peace, and Reconciliation

War, Peace, and Reconciliation:

A Theological Enquiry

By Theodore R. Weber

An examination of war and its relationship to power, offering a theocentric theology of reconcilation that engages with the realities of human conflict.

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ISBN: 9780718894375
$30.00
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: 9780718842789
$31.00 + VAT
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: 9780718844226
$31.00 + VAT
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.

Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780718893163
$31.00
Justpeace Ethics

Justpeace Ethics:

A Guide to Restorative Justice and Peacebuilding

By Jarem Sawatsky

A straightforward and practical guide to the ethics of resolving the problems that arise in the aftermath of conflict.

Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780718891961
$33.00
Subversive Peacemakers

Subversive Peacemakers:

War Resistance 1914–1918: An Anglican Perspective

By Clive Barrett

A study of the men and women in the Church of England who opposed Britain's participation in the World War One, forming a prophetic minority in the Church.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780718843113
$34.00 + VAT
Peacemaking and Religious Violence

Peacemaking and Religious Violence:

From Thomas Aquinas to Thomas Jefferson

By Roger A. Johnson

A penetrating study of the history of violence in Christianity, and the theological responses of five major Christian critics of religious violence.

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ISBN: 9780718843038
$36.50 + VAT
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.

Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780718892012
$38.00
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
$38.00
Theologies of Liberation in Palestine-Israel

Theologies of Liberation in Palestine-Israel:

Indigenous, Contextual, and Postcolonial Perspectives

By Nur Masalha and Lisa Isherwood (editors)

Essays on liberation theologies emerging in the context of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and the hopes that they offer for future reconciliation.

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ISBN: 9780718842734
$39.00 + VAT
Subversive Peacemakers

Subversive Peacemakers:

War Resistance 1914–1918: An Anglican Perspective

By Clive Barrett

A study of the men and women in the Church of England who opposed Britain's participation in the World War One, forming a prophetic minority in the Church.

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ISBN: 9780718893675
$41.00
The New Yoder

The New Yoder

By Peter Dula and Chris K. Huebner (editors)

Essays engaging with the work of the Mennonite theologian John Howard Yoder, showing his creative insight in a wide range of academic disiplines.

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ISBN: 9780718843007
$41.50 + VAT
Peacemaking and Religious Violence

Peacemaking and Religious Violence:

From Thomas Aquinas to Thomas Jefferson

By Roger A. Johnson

A penetrating study of the history of violence in Christianity, and the theological responses of five major Christian critics of religious violence.

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ISBN: 9780718892401
$43.50
Zionism and the Quest for Justice in the Holy Land

Zionism and the Quest for Justice in the Holy Land

By Donald E. Wagner and Walter T. Davis (editors)

Essays on political Zionism and theological positions that support it, emphasising the need for a just and inclusive settlement in the Middle East.

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ISBN: 9780718842772
$44.50 + VAT
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: 9780718844578
$46.00 + VAT