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The Peacemaking Remnant by Douglas Morgan

The Peacemaking Remnant

by Douglas Morgan

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“The biblical remnant is made up of God’s partners in peacemaking,” writes Charles Scriven, in the title essay. “Against fashion and tyranny alike, they walk in God’s way, beaming light into darkness, winning minds and hearts to the way of peace.” THE PEACEMAKING REMNANT brings together essays by contemporary authors along with documents from the Adventist heritage in support of that thesis. Contributors include: Charles Scriven, Charles E. Bradford, Kendra Haloviak, Keith Burton, Zdravko Plantak, Ryan Bell, Ronald Osborn and Douglas Morgan. Among the historical documents: General Conference session resolutions on peace and nonviolence from 1865, 1867, 1868, and 1985; a "Letter on Disarmament" from church leaders to President Harding (1921); "A Seventh-day Adventist Call to Peace" (2002); and articles by 19th-century pioneers Ellen G. White, Joseph Bates, Alonzo T. Jones, and George W. Amadon.

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