Who's My Neighbor - An Analysis of Ethnic Animosity in Kenya Paperback

by Gol Paul Albert;


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Who's My Neighbor - An Analysis of Ethnic Animosity in Kenya

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Negative ethnicity or Tribalism if you may is an issue that forms a major part of Kenya's national dialogue. It is considered to be the root cause of many a problems that bedevil the nation. But 'where did the rain start beating us?' Is there a solution or an end in sight? In the Bible a notable example of ethnic animosity is what existed between Jews and Samaritans and this can be found expressed within the gospels. The parable of the Good Samaritan is more than just a story that encourages people to help those in need. When Jesus was answering the lawyer who asked "Who's my neighbor?" He was doing more than just describing who it is, he addressed the Jewish-Samaritan relationship.

Who's My Neighbor - An Analysis of Ethnic Animosity in Kenya by Gol Paul Albert was published by LAP Lambert Academic Publishing in August 2014. The ISBN for Who's My Neighbor - An Analysis of Ethnic Animosity in Kenya is 9783659579714.

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Page last updated 26th April 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherLAP Lambert Academic Publishing (August 2014)
Weight113g
Number of Pages68
Thickness4 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
ISBN9783659579714
ISBN-103659579718
Product Code4308742
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