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The Lion's Pride: America and the Peaceable Community
The Lion's Pride: America and the Peaceable Community. 0687218578 (ISBN13: 9780687218578). Leonard I. Sweet is an author, preacher, scholar, and ordained United Methodist clergyman currently serving as the E. Stanley Jones Professor of Evangelism at Drew Theological School, in Madison, New Jersey; and a Visiting Distinguished Professor at George Fox University in Portland, Oregon. Books by Leonard Sweet. Mor. rivia About Lions Pride.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Pride of Lions (Scotland Trilogy Book 1. The historical accuracy is remarkable and the author should be commended for it. There is just so. much. of. it. It's overly descriptive and drones on and on about this king or that king and the Jacobites and then every so often the characters come into play. I skipped large parts just to get through the boring stuff. I couldn't stand the heroine and wanted to slap her nearly the whole book. She was spoiled, mouthy and annoying as all get out.
America and the peaceable community. Published 1987 by Abingdon Press in Nashville. Bibliography: p. 151-160.
There is an acknowledgement that tolerance is not a dirty word and we have to find a peaceable way to live in our intercultural world. It carries the Wesleyan impulse to change the world by working to build God’s kingdom in this world. It offers the grace and salvation of Christ to those in need, believing that none are free unless all are free. It means that we feed the hungry, educate to poor, and equip the powerless in tangible ways. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.