Artisans of Peace: Grassroots Peacemaking Among Christian Communities
Mary Ann Cejka, Tomás Bamat
Orbis Books, 2003 - Religion - 312 pages
Case studies show the practical and healing work of Christian communities in facing situations of conflict and violence, whether in Guatemala, Northern Ireland, the Philippines, Rwanda, Sri Lanka, Southern Sudan, or American inner cities. Original.
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