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The Highest of All Mountains

A Guide for Christians Seeking Peace and Becoming Peacemakers

by Samuel K. Sarpiya

Foreword by Leonard Sweet

Preface by Roger S. Nam

Imprint: Wipf and Stock

164 Pages, 5.00 x 8.00 x 0.00 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781725270275
  • Published: March 2021

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  • 9781725270268
  • Published: March 2021

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  • 9781725270282
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This book is for people who believe that the gospel is a message of peace and this gospel of peace is relevant for our time. Peacemaking is a core part of our Christian discipleship just as we learn how to pray, just as we learn how to love our neighbors, just as we learn how to feed the hungry. We can also learn how to be peacemakers. Sarpiya believes that peacemaking is central to the Christian faith and practice. This book will serve as a guide that will offer a scriptural guide with practical stories and applications. Readers will be challenged by Scripture to take the call to peacemaking into their communities. The fact that numerous peace treaties have collapsed serves to show how difficult it is to transcend cycles of violence and foster a sustained, durable peace. The one place that one could look to for answers about how to move toward peace is within faith communities, and sometimes not just one faith acting alone but working alongside other faiths, in concert with other faiths, taking an interreligious approach. The Highest of All Mountains shows how Sarpiya's Christian peacemaking backed by the interreligious approach brings the monotheistic faiths together, as they all agreed on one denominator to their faith's origin, Abraham.
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