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Treasure in the Field: Archbishops' Companion for the Decade of Evangelism

Edited by David Gillett, Edited by Michael Scott Joynt

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This book was written in the light of the Gulf War, just when the barriers between nations appeared to be coming down, and the prospect of peace dividend offered itself, one of the bloodiest conflicts of the modern era took place. The author's solution to these problems is based upon a radical rethink of the idea of nationalism . Nations should get used to the idea of working together, and the organization devoted to this purpose be invested with the necessary strength to facilitate it. One important consequence might be the more equitable sharing of resources with poorer countries. Bruce Kent is a well-known UK peace activist and is Chair of CND.

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Publisher | HarperCollins Publishers
Published date | 14 Oct 1993
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Format | Paperback
Pages | 256
Dimensions | 198 x 179 x 0mm (L x W x H)
Weight | 253g
ISBN | 978-0-0062-7635-7
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BISAC | religion / christianity / anglicanism

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