No Enemy to Conquer

Baylor University Press Spring 2009 catalog announces

Forgiveness often seems impossible in today’s conflicted world. This welcome book presents stories of real men and women of different faiths and cultures reaching out to reconcile with others, previously deemed their "enemies." A wide range of commentators includes Archbishop Tutu, Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, Rajmohan Gandhi, Benazir Bhutto, and the Dalai Lama. In addition, scholars amplify the stories from the perspectives of their disciplines. The result is a multi-layered, multi-voiced call to understand forgiveness and know that peace is always possible.

'A timely and necessary book from the pens of distinguished public figures and writers. Henderson presents a humane and thoughtful guidebook to the troubled times we live in.'– Martin Bell OBE UNICEF UK Ambassador

ISBN 978-1-60258-140-1 / 1-60258-140-1 |  220 pages | 6 x 9 | Paper | January 2009

 

King’s birthday marked

Andrew Stallybrass, director of Caux Books, Eliane Maillefer, Caux archivist and her sister, Danielle Maillefer, present a copy of ‘No Enemy to Conquer’ to King Michael of Romania at the Elizabetha Palace in Bucharest on the occasion of his 90th birthday (25 October 2012)

(from the  left) Eliane and Andrew Stallybrass, archivist and historian of Caux, King Michael, and Danielle Maillefer, first Secretary-General of the Princess Margarita Foundation, present a copy of No Enemy to Conquer to King Michael of Romania at the Elizabetha Palace in Bucharest on the occasion of his 90th birthday (25 October 2012).
Photo credit: Daniel Angelescu