As We Forgive Paperback
Stories of Reconciliation from Rwanda
by Catherine Claire Larson;
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As We Forgive
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More than a decade after the 1994 genocide, the Rwandan government has released tens of thousands of murderers back into the communities they ravaged. Survivors and perpetrators have had to learn to live again as neighbors.
Inspired by the award-winning film As We Forgive, this book explores the pain, the mystery, and the hope through seven compelling stories as victims, orphans, widows, and perpetrators journey toward reconciliation.
"In compelling stories and thoughtful reflections, Catherine Claire Larson gives us glimpses of the powerful transformation taking place in Rwanda today. Reconciliation can indeed follow unspeakable evil; forgiveness is the key." Daniel W. Van Ness, Executive Director, Centre for Justice and Reconciliation
'This isnt an easy book to read or digest, yet its message is mandatory: Forgiveness can push out the borders of what we believe is possible. Reconciliation can offer us a glimpse of the transfigured world to come. ' - Publishers Weekly
Catherine Claire Larson is a senior writer and editor of PFM, a non-profit organisation that advocates restorative justice. With degrees in English and theological studies, Catherine hopes to give voice to Rwandans who are involved in one of the most closely watched experiments in forgiveness in our world today.
As We Forgive by Catherine Claire Larson was published by Zondervan in January 2009 and is our 44903rd best seller. The ISBN for As We Forgive is 9780310287308.
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Details for As We Forgive
|Author / Artist||Catherine Claire Larson|
|Publisher||Zondervan (January 2009)|
|Number of Pages||288|
|Page last updated||21st November 2017|