Suffer the Children

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How does Canon Andrew White, the 'Vicar of Baghdad' keep going? Suffering from multiple sclerosis himself, he sustains a tireless, often sleepless ministry running the only surviving Anglican church in Iraq, with a congregation so large that he has to hold services on Saturdays as well as Sundays to accommodate them all.

In “Suffer the Children” individual stories are brought together from Bethlehem (known throughout the world as the birthplace of a child). Further stories from Jerusalem, Iraq and North Carolina, from one of Andrew's own sons in England and from his adopted son in Iraq, give us a child's eye view of war and its aftermath.

This is not only a sobering witness to the effect of war on the innocents caught up in it (and the implications of that for any 'Just War' strategy): it is also a powerful testimony to what sustains Canon Andrew White in his work, ministry and family life that is both difficult and dangerous.

Paperback: 128 pages
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic (August 5, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1847063748
ISBN-13: 978-1847063748

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2 reviews for Suffer the Children

  1. 5 out of 5


    I met Andrew White. The presence of God is with this man. Read his life and about the work he is doing in Iraq.
  2. 3 out of 5


    Andrew White has some good stories but the book is organized strangely and that distracted me while I read it. He includes first-hand accounts from some of the kids, pictures, illustrations and explains what happens to some of the kids later on. I enjoy White's books (and hearing him speak) because of his love for people. He's very refreshing.

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