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by Stanley Windass

ePub Christianity Versus Violence (Stagbooks) download
Author:
Stanley Windass
ISBN13:
978-0722079164
ISBN:
0722079168
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Publisher:
Sheed & Ward Ltd; New Ed edition (December 1979)
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Auburn University College of Education.

You can tell Dr. Stanley wrote this book because his writings mirror his sermons. This book is carefuly divided into sections that reach almost all areas of the Christian life, from salvation to tongues to the Lord's Supper. He may sound redundant to some who don't know his style, but that's only to help us understand and remember better.

Christianity versus violence. a social and historical study of war and Christianity. Published 1964 by Sheed and Ward in . Written in English.

Non-violence and the Christian conscience by . Preface by Thomas Merton. Foreword by Stanley Windass. Mildly ex-library, with no exterior library markings. Several tiny bumps to extremities and just a touch of wear to cloth.

Christianity came to prominence in the Roman Empire during and directly after the rule of Constantine the Great (324-337 .

Christianity came to prominence in the Roman Empire during and directly after the rule of Constantine the Great (324-337 AD). By this time it had spread throughout western Asia as a minority belief and became the state religion of Armenia. In early Christianity there were many rival sects, which were collectively persecuted by some rulers Gaining state backing by a particular Christian sect or creed led to increasing religious violence.

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