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Militarist Christendom and the Gospel of the Prince of Peace

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Militarist Christendom and the Gospel of the Prince of Peace
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Number of pages: 104

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This book is written by a disciple of Jesus Christ and a student of the Bible for other disciples and students of the Bible. Even if the person reading this book is not a Christian, it will provide an insight into the message preached by Jesus of Nazareth, the Son of God; that the essence of the gospel is the deliverance of humanity from its perpetual self-destructive trend of warfare.

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