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Collateral Damage: Changing the Conversation about Firearms and Faith

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Author awarded the 2019 Beard Atwood Award from the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence

One hundred people die from gun violence every day in the United States. Some fifty children and teens are shot. There are more than 35,000 gun-related deaths every year. Yet many Christians say gun violence shouldn’t be talked about in church.
In Collateral Damage, pastor and activi
Paperback, 224 pages
Published November 5th 2019 by Herald Press
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James Atwood has penned two previous works on gun violence: 1) America and Its Guns: A Theological Expose, and 2) Gundamentalism and Where It Is Taking America. This book takes a different look at gun violence in America by considering the costs to victim's family and friends, surivors family and friends, the local community, the states, and the nation. These cost ripple outward not unlike when a stone hits the water and creates
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