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Urban Faith and Reconciliation Blog

May 14, 2009
By Catherine Larson

Ed Gilbreath, author of Reconciliation Blues: A Black Evangelical's View of White Christianity, has interviewed me this week on forgiveness, reconciliation in Rwanda and posted the conversation on Urban Faith. I really enjoyed this Q&A and had the chance to delve into issues like what role the church played in this tragic history and what we can learn from it.

Also on Ed's personal blog, Reconciliation Blog, he writes:

Over the last week or so, I’ve been absorbed in Catherine Claire Larson’s new book, As We Forgive: Stories of Reconciliation from Rwanda. If you’re interested in a deeper understanding of what happened in Rwanda in 1994, or a deeper understanding of the miraculous process of reconciliation, I commend this great book to you.

Next week the blog tour continues at Jeff Cook's Everything New site. Jeff has also written a powerful book called Seven, which pairs the seven deadly sins with the beattitudes adding a lot of fresh ideas to an ancient subject.


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