The Journal of the Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America January-March 2014 - (Page 1)
The Journal of the Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America
Vol 34 No 1
"Ultimately we have just
one moral duty: to reclaim
large areas of peace in
ourselves, more and more
peace, and to reflect it
An Interrupted Life: the Journal of
a Young Jewish Woman, 1941-43
Right: Hector Aristizábal, a
longtime friend of the BPFNA,
marches in the annual
procession at the School of the
Americas in Fort Benning, GA.
(see page 16).
Photo by Richard Myers.
The Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America gathers, equips and mobilizes Baptists to build a culture of
peace rooted in justice. We labour with a wonderful array of peacemakers to change the world.
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of The Journal of the Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America January-March 2014
St. John's Baptist Church & South Sudan
Peace Prayer: A Hymn
Fellowship is our Middle Name
All Together in One Accord
Toward a Theology of Peace in Mexico
Love Can Change Everything
SOA Watch 2013
Veterans, Imagination, & Blessed Unrest
Halting Iran's Nuclear Program
Was the American Civil War Necessary?
Building the Movement to End the New Jim Crow
The Journal of the Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America January-March 2014