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Father, forgive: reflections on peacemak

Father, forgive: reflections on peacemak
The modern saint Andrew White, the Vicar of Bagdad writes from his remarkable position as peacekeeper to radical Islam, a book about reconciliation.
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Publisher: MONARCH BOOKS
Author: WHITE ANDREW
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The modern saint Andrew White, the Vicar of Bagdad writes from his remarkable position as peacekeeper to radical Islam, a book about reconciliation. What casts out all fear? Retaliation, politics, how about a state-of-the-art bomb shelter? Andrew White will tell you, through many amazing stories from his church at the heart of war-torn Bagdad, that perfect love casts out all fear. His latest book, Father, Forgive, documents his thoughts collected from his vast experience as a reconciler: As the current leader of the High Council for Religious Leaders in Iraq bringing together opposing religion to refrain from violence, engage in political healing and up hold the law. As the ex-director of the International Centre for Reconciliation in Coventry serving 250 Cross of Nails centres around the world. As the man who answered Gods call to minister to the city torn about by violence, suicide bombers and religious hatred to demonstrate the love of Jesus. Andrew has structured his book around the Litany of Reconciliation, which is inscribed behind the altar of Coventry Cathedral which to this day is in ruins after the Luftwaffe Bombers be kind to one another, tender-hearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ.
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