Just Peacemakers: An Introduction to Peace and Justice
Paulist Press, 2006 - 147 páginas
Describes societal problems, and gives methods and means toward resolution. Each chapter is designed for personal study and also for use by groups. This is a useful guide for those involved or interested in social justice and the Christian call to discipleship.
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Chapter Two Doing the Truth in Love
Chapter Three The Healing Power of Nonviolence
Chapter Four How Nonviolence Works
Chapter Five Effective Learning
Chapter Six Effective Action
Chapter Seven Knowing Where We Live
Chapter Eight The Impact of Culture
Questions for Study Reflection
Chapter Ten Service in Justice and Peace
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