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Forbidden: Receiving Pope Francis's Condemnation of Nuclear Weapons

[Hardback]

by Drew Christiansen, Carole Sargent, William Werpehowski

    • Author

      William Werpehowski

    • Book Format

      Hardcover

    • Publisher

      Georgetown University Press

    • Published

      February 2023

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    Forbidden: Receiving Pope Francis's Condemnation of Nuclear Weapons

    Today's Price £35.21



    Product Description

    Forbidden moves beyond the conceptualization of a ban on nuclear weapons to the implementation of the Pope's teachings, the first pontiff to condemn possession. This book interweaves the essential witness of survivors of nuclear attacks and test explosions with the voices of leaders who provide needed context for Pope Francis's condemnation.

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    • Author

      William Werpehowski

    • Book Format

      Hardcover

    • Publisher

      Georgetown University Press

    • Published

      February 2023

    • Weight

      677g

    • Dimensions

      152 x 229 x 37 mm

    • ISBN

      9781647122898

    • ISBN-10

      1647122899

    • Eden Code

      5689650

    More Information

    • Author/Creator: William Werpehowski

    • ISBN: 9781647122898

    • Publisher: Georgetown University Press

    • Release Date: February 2023

    • Weight: 677g

    • Dimensions: 152 x 229 x 37 mm

    • Eden Code: 5689650


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