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becky

I thought John was the beloved disciple and Peter was the one upon whom Christ built the church.

Is this book available in the US? I don't like to bug UK publishers for review copies unless I can't get them otherwise.

julie

pope pete never was easy reading eh?! - i am looking forward to reading this though - nice to catch up on where others are thinking, especially when they have been important companions along the way, peace, julie

Michael Addison

Message from SCM Press (the book's publisher)
- Pete Ward's new book is called Participation and Mediation and is available in the USA via Westminster John Knox Press.
Call 1-800-523-1631 or email s.foreman@presbypub.com.

Neal Taylor

Looking forward to this! Liquid Church has had a profond affect on my life and relationship with the Church!

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