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The highest legislative assembly of the 4.8 million member Evangelical Lutheran Church in America has declared its opposition to "any escalation of the war" in Iraq and called upon the US government to work for a just-peace.
The "terrible misadventure" of the Iraq War has seriously undermined Britain's reputation and capacity to act as a force for good, an aid agency report says.
Chancellor Gordon Brown has been jointly challenged by Catholic and Protestant leaders in Scotland to cut back spending on nuclear weapons and to focus on aid, trade and debt targets.
A vigil in London today will remember victims of the Iraq conflict, the death of hostage Tom Fox in 2006, and the release of three other Christian Peacemaker Teams activists - including Norman Kember.
A web-based ecumenical network of Christians from mainline denominations is contacting Congress to seek an end to the war in Iraq and a commitment to justice and peace.
Christians have illegally protested the invasion of Iraq by staging a demonstration in Parliament Square, and planting crosses to remember the Iraqi men, women and children killed by US and UK forces.
A speaker at a Washington DC rally to mark the fourth anniversary of the Iraq war has apologised for Baptists and other evangelicals who used theological arguments to justify military action.
World Council of Churches general secretary Dr Samuel Kobia says that US determination to escalate its military presence is making things worse not better
Thousands of Christians from across the US will gather on Friday in Washington DC to mark the fourth anniversary of the Iraq War.
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Christian Aid has issued a statement from its Chair, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams.
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