Source: (2001) Billings, Montana: Peacemaker Ministries.
The terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 against targets in the United States caused many people around the world to reconsider fundamental questions of right and wrong. Ken Sande writes about those attacks from his perspectives as a Christian and as the president of an organization focused on principles and practices of conciliation and peacemaking. Using passages from the Bible, Sande argues that God charges different people with different responsibilities, and he thus concludes that both peacemaking and war are proper responses to those who perpetrated the attacks.
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