Peacemaking

Jim Wallis 09-28-2007

The news this afternoon from Myanmar/Burma is not good. A recent AP story said that



Soldiers clubbed and dragged away activists while firing tear gas and warning shots to break up demonstrations Friday before they could grow, and the government cut Internet access, raising fears that a deadly crackdown was set to intensify.


The government said 10 people have been killed since the violence began earlier this week, but British Prime [...]

John Dear 09-10-2007

On Thursday, Sept. 6, 2007, six of us were found guilty in federal court in Albuquerque, New Mexico, by a federal judge for trying to visit the office of our senator. We will be sentenced in a few weeks.

It all started one year ago on Sept. 26, 2006. That day nine of us entered the Federal Building in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and tried to take the elevator to the third floor to the office of Sen. [...]

Pax Christi International, the Brussels-based Catholic peace movement, elected a lay woman and an archbishop as co-presidents.

I have always been uncomfortable with the designation “peacemaker.” “Makers” usually have an intimate relationship with their craft.

Peggy Gish 12-01-2006

The faces of our Iraqi partners showed pain and worry in April 2006 when we asked them whether Christian Peacemaker Teams should continue to work in Iraq after Jim, Harmeet, Norman, and Tom had bee

James Loney 12-01-2006

Christian Peacemakers on captivity in Iraq.

Joan Chittister 09-01-2006
Has the world changed? Or have we?
Arnold Stieber 09-01-2006

In the June 2006 issue, Ched Myers wrote a warm, informative article on Tom Fox and Christian Peacemaker Teams (“The Blood of the Martyrs”).

Molly Marsh 07-01-2006

A Basis for Peace

Robert Roth 07-01-2006

These five weeks of passages extol the depth, breadth, and living power of shalom—the biblical peace for humanity and all that lives.

Rose Marie Berger 03-01-2006

Twenty-five Christian peacemakers, members of Witness Against Torture, walked 50 miles from Santiago, Cuba, to the gates of the controversial U.S. Naval Base at Guantánamo Bay in December to protest the treatment of prisoners detained there.

Tobias Winright 03-01-2006

Christian peacemaking and the implications of a global police force.

William Loader 12-01-2005
Struggle and longing in the book of Matthew.
Rachel Medema 09-01-2004

Volunteers from around the world work for peace in Palestine simply by being there.

Elizabeth Palmberg 09-01-2004

Even as atrocities in western Sudan have drawn the world's focus in recent months, there are signs of hope elsewhere in the nation, which has been ravaged by civil war for three or four decades.

Mary Ann Cejka 07-01-2002
Christians and Muslims build bridges in the Philippines

First he took off his hat and coat; then his sweater and shirt.

Jim Wallis 01-01-2002

Theologians of nonviolence wrestle with how to resist terrorism.

Molly Marsh 01-01-2002

The term reconciliation carries such a chord of optimism; it conjures images of issues resolved and friendships re-established. But it’s usually wrenching work.

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