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Father, Forgive

Reflections on Peacemaking

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176 pages

Canon Andrew White is a peacemaker who has saved hundreds of individuals and communities through reconciliation. Before he left to serve in Baghdad in 2005, Andrew was director of the International Centre for Reconciliation in Coventry, England—the center of a network of over 250 "Cross of Nails" centers, which serve the cause of reconciliation around the world. Appropriate for personal reflection or as a tool to launch a strategic prayer initiative for reconciliation around the world, Father Forgive is packed with unique insights and profound personal experience.

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Canon Andrew White is a peacemaker who has saved hundreds of individuals and communities through reconciliation. Before he left to serve in Baghdad in 2005, Andrew was director of the International Centre for Reconciliation in Coventry, England—the center of a network of over 250 "Cross of Nails" centers, which serve the cause of reconciliation around the world. Appropriate for personal reflection or as a tool to launch a strategic prayer initiative for reconciliation around the world, Father Forgive is packed with unique insights and profound personal experience.

Father, Forgive

Reflections on Peacemaking

This edition was published in by Monarch Books


Edition Description

Canon Andrew White is a peacemaker who has saved hundreds of individuals and communities through reconciliation. Before he left to serve in Baghdad in 2005, Andrew was director of the International Centre for Reconciliation in Coventry, England—the center of a network of over 250 "Cross of Nails" centers, which serve the cause of reconciliation around the world. Appropriate for personal reflection or as a tool to launch a strategic prayer initiative for reconciliation around the world, Father Forgive is packed with unique insights and profound personal experience.

Table of Contents

By the Same Author
Dedication
Acknowledgements
Foreword
Preface: The Coventry Litany od Reconciliation
Chapter 1 From Coventry to Baghdad
Chapter 2 We All Need Restoration
Chapter 3 A Divided World
Chapter 4 The Rift Begins: Jews and Christians
Chapter 5 The Rift Continues: Jews and Christians
Chapter 6 The Three Christian Theplogical Views
Chapter 7 Covetousness
Chapter 8 Greed
Chapter 9 Envy and Indifference
Chapter 10} Lust and Pride
Conclusion: Father, Forgive
A Reflection: The Principles of Reconciliation
Pray for Our Ministry
Picture Section

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Library of Congress
BT738.27

Contributors

Foreword
Justin Welby

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Format
Paperback
Number of pages
176
Dimensions
8.4 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches
Weight
8.5 ounces

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OL25944208M
ISBN 13
9780857212924

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