Overcoming Violence in Asia: The Role of the Church in Seeking Cultures of Peace

Book, 2011, 290 pp
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These chapters are rooted in a World Council of Churches conference of Historic Peace Churches in Asia that took place in Solo, Indonesia. There, as part of the WCC’s Decade to Overcome Violence, Asian Christians engaged interfaith diversity, violence, and radical pluralism in Asia.

“This volume is another example of the very creative contribution that the Historic Peace Churches are continuing to make to the ecumenical search for reconciliation and peace. For teachers and students engaged in developing a new approach to an ecumenical ethics of peace and for those committed to overcoming violence in their local context, the book provides valuable insights and welcome encouragement.” —Konrad Raiser, World Council of Churches General Secretary, 1992–2003
PublisherCascadia Publishing House

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