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The Vicar of Baghdad

Fighting for Peace in the Middle East

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This edition was published in by Monarch Books

Written in English

192 pages

As the vicar of St. George's Church in Baghdad, the only Episcopalian church in Iraq, Canon Andrew White has worked with those at the highest levels of authority in Iraq, for both Westerners and Iraqis. Now, as political and military solutions continue to fail, Andrew offers a different approach to making peace in the Middle East-speaking as a man of faith to men of faith. In The Vicar of Baghdad he tells the story of his work to create peace through God.

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The Vicar of Baghdad: Fighting for Peace in the Middle East
March 24, 2009, Monarch Books
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Vicar of Baghdad: Fighting for Peace in the Middle East
2009, Lion Hudson PLC
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Work Description

As the vicar of St. George's Church in Baghdad, the only Episcopalian church in Iraq, Canon Andrew White has worked with those at the highest levels of authority in Iraq, for both Westerners and Iraqis. Now, as political and military solutions continue to fail, Andrew offers a different approach to making peace in the Middle East-speaking as a man of faith to men of faith. In The Vicar of Baghdad he tells the story of his work to create peace through God.

The Vicar of Baghdad

Fighting for Peace in the Middle East

This edition was published in by Monarch Books


Edition Description

As the vicar of St. George's Church in Baghdad, the only Episcopalian church in Iraq, Canon Andrew White has worked with those at the highest levels of authority in Iraq, for both Westerners and Iraqis. Now, as political and military solutions continue to fail, Andrew offers a different approach to making peace in the Middle East-speaking as a man of faith to men of faith. In The Vicar of Baghdad he tells the story of his work to create peace through God.

Table of Contents

Dedication
Acknowledgements
Foreword
Introduction: A Quite Unexpected Theatre
Chapter 1: Declaration of Intent
Chapter 2: A Painful Delivery
Chapter 3: From Darkness to Darkness
Chapter 4: A Measure of Progress
Chapter 5: Knowing the Right People
Chapter 6: Giving Peace a Chance
Chapter 7: The Most Wonderful Church in the World
Chapter 8: The Kingdom, the Power and the Glory
Who's Who
Photo Section

Classifications

Library of Congress
DS79.769 W45 2009eb

Contributors

Foreword
George Carey

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Number of pages
192
Dimensions
8.3 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches
Weight
8.8 ounces

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25944152M
Internet Archive
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ISBN 13
9780825462849

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