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Till Death Do Us Part:: How the Church Should Respond to Domestic Violence (edition 2008)

by Mark Hunter

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"Church leaders are, according to the Bible, shepherds and the congregation the flock. Shepherds go to great lengths to protect their sheep. Through understanding of domestic violence, and having an awareness of the dangers that victims face, this book strives to help the church make meaningful interventions in domestic violence cases." from the back cover.… (more)
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Title:Till Death Do Us Part:: How the Church Should Respond to Domestic Violence
Authors:Mark Hunter
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"Church leaders are, according to the Bible, shepherds and the congregation the flock. Shepherds go to great lengths to protect their sheep. Through understanding of domestic violence, and having an awareness of the dangers that victims face, this book strives to help the church make meaningful interventions in domestic violence cases." from the back cover.

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