To Baghdad and Beyond: How I Got Born Again in Babylon
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To Baghdad and Beyond: How I Got Born Again in Babylon  -     By: Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, Tony Campolo

To Baghdad and Beyond: How I Got Born Again in Babylon

Cascade Books / 2005 / Paperback

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'To Baghdad and Beyond' is the story of a young evangelical couple who followed the conviction of their faith into a war zone and discovered an alternative to the violence of empires and the complicity of quietism in the "third way" of Jesus's beloved community. Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove writes of his journey from a rural Southern Baptist church to Iraq in a time of war to a Christian community of hospitality in an urban neighborhood. Excited by ways that Christian hope is taking concrete form, Wilson-Hartgrove describes a new monastic movement that is witnessing to a world at war that another way is possible.

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Title: To Baghdad and Beyond: How I Got Born Again in Babylon
By: Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, Tony Campolo
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 124
Vendor: Cascade Books
Publication Date: 2005
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6 (inches)
Weight: 7 ounces
ISBN: 1597521116
ISBN-13: 9781597521116
Stock No: WW521112

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'To Baghdad and Beyond' is the story of a young evangelical couple who followed the conviction of their faith into a war zone and discovered an alternative to the violence of empires and the complicity of quietism in the "third way" of Jesus's beloved community. Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove writes of his journey from a rural Southern Baptist church to Iraq in a time of war to a Christian community of hospitality in an urban neighborhood. Excited by ways that Christian hope is taking concrete form, Wilson-Hartgrove describes a new monastic movement that is witnessing to a world at war that another way is possible.

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