Bethlehem Speaks Paperback
Voices from the little town cry out
by Garth Hewitt;
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Your children will ask you, ‘What did you do
When they made a ghetto of Bethlehem?
Did you keep silent when the soldiers came?
When they built the wall of shame
Were you just hidden from view?’
Sixteen Christian witnesses articulate the degree of desperation felt by the people of Bethlehem, as they call on the world to wake up to what is happening to their little town. For Bethlehem is under siege, its economy strangled, 87 per cent of its land taken by the wall, which swoops in and out of the West Bank, cutting people off from their fields and their livelihood.
Something very special is being destroyed, but Garth Hewitt passionately believes that it is not too late for people of all faiths to speak up and call for justice in this situation: to reaffirm, in the birthplace of Jesus, the dignity, rights and value of each human being made ‘in the image of God’.
This vitally important volume includes a wealth of practical resource material to help us take action.
Bethlehem Speaks by Garth Hewitt was published by SPCK in August 2008 and is our 34581st best seller. The ISBN for Bethlehem Speaks is 9780281059560.
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|Page last updated||4th March 2016|
|Author / Artist||Garth Hewitt|
|Publisher||SPCK (August 2008)|
|Number of Pages||160|