consider one writer’s view on what a commitment to peace means to Quakers today
Holding Faith by David Gee is a very thoughtful and encouraging call for us to stay true to the integrity of peace work. It is an accessible read for those of all faiths or none who are interested in what a commitment to peace means to us today, giving contemporary examples of our attempts at forming peaceful relationships with each other and the earth. This engaging book packs a great deal into its small size; the seven chapters each have a distinct focus but flow into one another very smoothly. In places it is academic in style and the challenging issues it raises mean that it is not an easy read, but, in our opinion, nor should it be.
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