The Church's Peace Witness
Marlin E. Miller, Barbara Nelson Gingerich
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1994 - Religion - 228 pages
Should Christians be involved in making war? This ever-present issue gets new attention here within the context of ecumenical discussion. Seven chapters are biblical and historical studies originally prepared for the 1991 Faith and Order Consultation on the Apostolic Faith and the Church's Peace Witness. Also included are eleven statements on war and peace from different church traditions and the 1991 consultation's "Summary Statement." Contributors: Ben C. Ollenburger Dianne Bargent Paul N. Anderson Richard Jeske David G. Hunter Donald F. Durnbaugh Charles W. Brockwell Jr. Howard John Loewen Jeffrey Gros Marlin Miller
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