By Mae Elise Cannon,Daniel Roth,Aziz Abu Sarah
With contributions from:
Carolyn Custis James
Dale Hanson Bourke
Donald M. Lewis
John E Phelan, Jr.
John M. Perkins
"If you care approximately peace and justice within the land the place Jesus lived and died, then learn this wonderful selection of considerate, probing essays from quite a lot of viewpoints. The writers are students, pastors, activists, theologians, all struggling--from their vigorously assorted perspectives!--to be devoted to the Prince of Peace. a great learn that may depart you far better built to appreciate both sides and as a result paintings extra successfully for simply reconciliation within the Holy Land."
--Ron Sider, President emeritus, Evangelicals for Social Action
Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon is the administrative director of church buildings for heart East Peace (CMEP); writer of the award winning Social Justice Handbook and different books on spirituality and justice. Cannon has a number of masters levels and earned her doctorate in American historical past with the minor in center japanese experiences from the college of California--Davis, concentrating on the background of the yank Protestant church's engagement in Israel and Palestine.
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