A Declaration on Peace: In God's People the World's Renewal Has Begun
A Declaration on Peace: In God's People the World's Renewal Has Begun   -     By: John Howard Yoder
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A call from Mennonites, Quakers, Church of the Brethren, and the Fellowship of Reconciliation to all Christians to renew discussions about peace, war, militarism, and justice. This book declares that peacemaking is essential to Christian discipleship. It is the vocation of the church as a whole. Moving beyond the traditional debate around "pacifism," this statement seeks dialogue concerning a renewed vision of the entire purpose of God in the world.

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Format: Paperback
Vendor: Herald Press
Publication Date: 1991
Dimensions: 7 1/2 X 5 (inches)
ISBN: 0836135415
ISBN-13: 9780836135411

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A call from Mennonites, Quakers, Church of the Brethren, and the Fellowship of Reconciliation to all Christians to renew discussions about peace, war, militarism, and justice. Douglas Gwyn, George Hunsinger, Eugene F. Roop, and John H. Yoder, editors, offer an ecumenical dialogue on the morality of war, grounded in a biblical vision common to all Christian communions.

This book declares that peacemaking is essential to Christian discipleship. It is the vocation of the church as a whole. Moving beyond the traditional debate around "pacifism", this statement seeks dialogue concerning a renewed vision of the entire purpose of God in the world.

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