Protest for Peace

Protest for Peace

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Documenting the work of Christian peace activists, whose radicalism often places them on the fringes of the Church, this book shatters the popular perception of Christians as conventional, respectable and passive. Explains the issues and recounts the personal experiences of some of those involved in various aspects of the peace movement, including clergy and lay people who have served prison sentences as a result of direct nonviolent action and are prepared to do so again. This alternative vision of what it means to be a Christian depicts a radical, compassionate faith that challenges the status quo, including the position of the churches themselves on peace issues.The West of Scotland is dotted with facilities for Trident nuclear submarines, which, when they replaced Polaris, ... missiles and atom bombs) clear of the water for maintenance is the height of an eleven-storey building and as long as Wembley stadium. ... The scale of the whole complex, its razor wire and armed guards, and the lethal nature of its business, give it an oppressive and menacing atmosphere.


Title:Protest for Peace
Author: Bernadette Meaden
Publisher:Wild Goose Publications - 1999
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