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Timeless Prayers for Peace

A New Anthology

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ISBN-13: 9781853115158
Published: 25/04/2003
Product description
Geoffrey Duncan, whose many anthologies have provided a seemingly never-ending supply of new worship material, turns his attention to an issue of perpetual and pressing concern. Writers from many countries join with voices from the ages in a collection that reflects one of humanity's deepest longings - the desire for peace. Arranged in six sections: "Visions of Peace", "Circles of Protective Peace", "Finding Peace", "Working for Peace", "Where there is no peace" and "The Prince of Peace", this is a collection with a wide appeal throughout the religious market. It is ideal as a resource for worship, prayer groups and school assemblies, focussing on peace between individuals, between nations and peace of mind and heart. The writers are from many cultures and from across the centuries expressing a universal longing for peace.
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"In peace children have their parents. War ralashen the order of nature and causes prayers to bury their children."

Author Information

Duncan Geoffrey

Geoffrey Duncan is the compiler of numerous popular worship anthologies published in the UK and the US. His links with writers around the world were made when he was Communications Secretary for the Council for World Mission. He lives in Ware, Hertfordshire.

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