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Shalom/salaam/peace; a liberation theology of hope.


Shalom/salaam/peace; a liberation theology of hope.

Hammond, Constance A.

Equinox Publishing Limited


221 pages




An Episcopal priest in Portland, Oregon, Hammond (Marylhurst U.) has studied and worked in Latin America, Egypt, and Israel/Palestine; her ministry has centered on social justice and peace issues. Here she describes the situation in the Middle East from Christian, Muslim, and Jewish perspectives and offers a theology by which the three Abrahamic religions can find peace with themselves and each other. Distributed in North America by The David Brown Book Company.

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Date:Feb 1, 2009
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