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My Journey So Far

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This edition was published in by Lion Hudson

Written in English

224 pages

Andrew White is something of a legend: a man of great charm and energy, whose personal suffering has not deflected him from his important ministry of reconciliation. Andrew grew up in London, the son of strongly religious parents: by the age of five he could repeat the five points of Calvinism. As a child and young man he was frequently ill, but his considerable intelligence meant that his studies did not suffer. He set his heart on becoming an anaesthetist, an ambition he achieved, only to be redirected by God to Anglican ministry. Since ordination he has had a considerable role in the work of reconciliation, both between Christian and Jew and between Shi'ite and Sunni Muslim. Often in danger, and always in pain, he has nevertheless been able to mediate between opposing extremes. A man of God, he is trusted by those who trust very few.

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Andrew White is something of a legend: a man of great charm and energy, whose personal suffering has not deflected him from his important ministry of reconciliation. Andrew grew up in London, the son of strongly religious parents: by the age of five he could repeat the five points of Calvinism. As a child and young man he was frequently ill, but his considerable intelligence meant that his studies did not suffer. He set his heart on becoming an anaesthetist, an ambition he achieved, only to be redirected by God to Anglican ministry. Since ordination he has had a considerable role in the work of reconciliation, both between Christian and Jew and between Shi'ite and Sunni Muslim. Often in danger, and always in pain, he has nevertheless been able to mediate between opposing extremes. A man of God, he is trusted by those who trust very few.

My Journey So Far

This edition was published in by Lion Hudson


Edition Description

Andrew White is something of a legend: a man of great charm and energy, whose personal suffering has not deflected him from his important ministry of reconciliation. Andrew grew up in London, the son of strongly religious parents: by the age of five he could repeat the five points of Calvinism. As a child and young man he was frequently ill, but his considerable intelligence meant that his studies did not suffer. He set his heart on becoming an anaesthetist, an ambition he achieved, only to be redirected by God to Anglican ministry. Since ordination he has had a considerable role in the work of reconciliation, both between Christian and Jew and between Shi'ite and Sunni Muslim. Often in danger, and always in pain, he has nevertheless been able to mediate between opposing extremes. A man of God, he is trusted by those who trust very few.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Forward
Chapter 1 An Unusual Beginning
Chapter 2 Turbulence
Chapter 3 Just Like Heaven
Chapter 4 Called by God
Chapter 5 The Academic Hothouse
Chapter 6 A Prophetic Word
Chapter 7 Life-defining Events
Chapter 8 A New Life
Chapter 9 Several Landmarks
Chapter 10 Sent to Coventry
Chapter 11 To the Middle East
Chapter 12 Return to Iraq
Chapter 13 The Road to Alexandria
Chapter 14 Relief and Reconciliation Go Hand in Hand
Chapter 15 Back to Coventry
Chapter 16 Brought Back to Life
Chapter 17 An Oasis of Healing
Chapter 18 Don't Take Care; Take Risks
Chapter 19 A Normal Day
Chapter 20 The Bigger Picture
Chapter 21 My Choice
Chapter 22 Very Special People
Afterword Tariq Aziz
Epilogue Late Fragment

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Library of Congress
BX5680.6.Z8, BX5199.W45

Contributors

Foreword
Michael Nazir-Ali

The Physical Object

Format
Hardcover
Number of pages
224
Dimensions
8.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
Weight
1.9 pounds

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25944111M
Internet Archive
myjourneysofar0000whit
ISBN 13
9780745970226

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