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The Unofficial Peace Movement

  • Roger Woods

Abstract

Christians and churches alike have increasingly recognised that it is their duty to help our world achieve peace. Conciliation, with which God opposes all hostility between men, is the foundation of our lives. We owe it to all mankind to bear witness to this fact. As a community in Jesus Christ, we are working with others towards this end, wherever tensions can be reduced, trust increased and security between the nations reinforced.

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References

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© Roger Woods 1986

Authors and Affiliations

  • Roger Woods
    • 1
  1. 1.Aston UniversityUK

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