1 edition of Reconciliation, justice, and peace found in the catalog.
Reconciliation, justice, and peace
A. E. Orobator
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator, editor|
|LC Classifications||BX1675.A1 A34 2009z|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 259 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||2010051006|
Practicing Reconciliation, Doing Justice, Building Peace: Conversations on Catholic Theological Ethics in Africa, edited by Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator, SJ (Nairobi: Paulines Publications Africa, ), pages. A collection of eighteen short essays by scholars and church leaders in Africa, each responding to the question: How must we live as human beings in the world? The website of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network. Search for: Facebook Twitter Search. Search for: Living Reconciliation transforming conflicts. A lively, engaging book that challenges the reader to think about how to actively live a life of reconciliation. You can inspire one another and build up your community. The hope that we.
I need not say that peace, justice and reconciliation—as well as protection of the environment—are urgent and most worthy causes. I share this liturgy with the hope that praying with and contemplating the words of an extraordinary peacemaker who lived his vocation as a follower of Jesus in word and deed would inspire us to bring more peace. 11 Toxic to Transformational Leadership: Peace, Reconciliation, and Social Justice as the Paradigm 12 Bosnia and Herzegovina: Upstanders and Moral Obedience 13 The Leadership of the Vicariate of Solidarity during the Dictatorship in Chile (–).
Their focus is often interpersonal peace, harmony, and love rather than justice, reparation of wrongs, and equality. However, Miroslav Volf warns in his award-winning book Exclusion and Embrace, “forgiveness is not a substitute for justice.” Forgiveness without justice is . Emmanuel Katongole, "The Theology of Reconciliation" (video; Notre Dame Center for Liturgy Symposium) Daniel Philpott, "The Justice of Forgiveness," Journal of Religious Ethics. Daniel Philpott, Just and Unjust Peace: An Ethic of Political Reconciliation (link to publisher's book page) Daniel Philpott, "Peace After Genocide.
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(Karen D. Crozier, Peace Reconciliation The Canadian Justice of Peace and Conflict Studies) A well-written and interesting book that takes the reader through a wide literature on peace, justice, and reconciliation and ties these themes together in a compelling Author: Elisabeth J.
Reconciliation. This book addresses the theme of the Second African Synod Reconciliation Reconciliation, Justice, and Peace in the wider context of globalization, inculturation, post-modernity, and pertinent socio-economic and political factors that shape the contemporary church and society in Africa.
In all my years as a public servant, I have always looked for guideposts to help me better understand a fractured world. This outstanding interdisciplinary volume provides an excellent roadmap to piece together the mosaic of peace, reconciliation, and social justice not just from a leader's perspective, but from the voices and actions of justice.
"Reconciling All Things is a faithful book, glowing with the joy and hope that come from walking with God and God's people in the world. Inviting all to join in God's reconciling work across the myriads of ways we live in brokenness, Katongole and Rice do a new thing--they retrieve a deeply theological vision of God's gift of reconciliation and /5(18).
RECONCILIATION IS NOT a hasty process, proclaiming peace where there is justice peace, ignoring injustice and human suffering. Reconciliation is intimately connected with justice, with right relations. As Christians, we must restore the work of reconciliation from the periphery to the center of the life and witness of the church where it belongs.
Justice, Reconciliation, and Peace in Africa book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(2). book that peace, justice, and reconciliation are bound intricately. Rather than adopting a conventional approach of starting with theories of peace, justice, and reconciliation to explain practices that occur in conflict soci-eties, I explore what happens to.
IVP Book Club FAQs; Resources for Reconciliation Resources for Reconciliation. Justice/Peace; Resources for Reconciliation pair leading theologians with on-the-ground practitioners to produce fresh literature to energize and sustain Christian life and mission in a broken and divided world.
This series of brief books works in the intersection. For the nation of Korea, divided for more than sixty-six years, justice, peace, and reconciliation are tragically overdue.
Injust before the end of World War II, the United States proposed and the Soviet Union agreed to the division of Korea, which resulted in the Korean War with more than 3 million lives lost and millions of families.
All over the world the practice of peacebuilding is beset with common dilemmas: peace versus justice, religious versus secular approaches, individual versus structural justice, reconciliation versus retribution, and the harmonization of the sheer multiplicity of practices involved in repairing past harms.
Progress toward the resolution of these dilemmas requires far more than. The book addresses the theme of the Second African Synod "Reconciliation, Justice, and Peace" in the wider context of globalization, inculturation, post-modernity, and pertinent socio-economic and political factors that shape the contemporary church and.
Christianity Today Book Award winnerOur world is broken and cries out for reconciliation. But mere conflict resolution and peacemaking are not enough.
What makes real reconciliation possible. How is it that some people are able to forgive the most horrendous of evils?4/5. The term reconciliation has long been associated with the field of transitional justice and is often presumed to be one of its goals.
At the same time, reconciliation has been both controversial and vague as a concept, giving rise to different understandings and approaches. This paper presents possible understandings of the concept of reconciliation as.
This book addresses the theme of the Second African Synod on Reconciliation, Justice, and Peace in the wider context of globalization, inculturation, post-modernity, and pertinent socio-economic and political factors that shape the contemporary church and society in Africa.
The 20 contributors represent a variety of disciplines and some of the issues discussed include: Author: Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator. Book Cover of Dr. Eric Schockman’s book: Peace, Reconciliation and Social Justice Leadership in the 21st century “Conflicts and violence, repression and oppression have always been part of the world, resulting in situations where no one really wins and leading to stalemates that cause the degradation of economic order – and of the human condition.”.
Synopsis. John Paul Lederach designed and implemented perhaps the most fascinating conflict resolution exercise of all times. He, we, and many others use it as a training tool as well as an intervention tool to get people to examine their goals, and to consider how the oft-competing goals of peace, truth, justice, and mercy can be brought together in the "place called reconciliation.".
As an undergraduate text in peace and conflict studies, this book serves an important purpose."—Jeremy A. Rinker, Peace & Change "A well-written and interesting book that takes the reader through a wide literature on peace, justice, and reconciliation and ties these themes together in a compelling way."—Stephen Crowley, Oberlin College.
Histories of violence and injustice leave marks of damage, despair, and pain. The central question Daniel Philpott considers in his book Just and Unjust Peace: An Ethic of Political Reconciliation is: “What does justice consist of in the wake of its massive despoliation?” The answer, Philpott argues, is political reconciliation.
Book Description. Identity, Reconciliation and Transitional Justice: Overcoming Intractability analyses how the mechanisms of transitional justice have a part to play in promoting reconciliation and sustainable peace in transitional societies: helping social groups deeply divided by past violence to overcome existing antagonisms and to build more positive relationships with one.
A well-written and interesting book that takes the reader through a wide literature on peace, justice, and reconciliation and ties these themes together in a compelling way. " Author: Elisabeth Porter.
"Reconciling All Things is a faithful book, glowing with the joy and hope that come from walking with God and God's people in the world. Inviting all to join in God's reconciling work across the myriads of ways we live in brokenness, Katongole and Rice do a new thing--they retrieve a deeply theological vision of God's gift of reconciliation and show what the inbreaking of this gift looks .Justice: The Morality of Truth Commissions eds.
Robert I. Rotberg and Dennis Thompson, (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ),  Charles Villa-Vicencio, "A Different Kind of Justice: The South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission," Contemporary Justice Review 1 (): Peace is the work of justice indirectly, in so far as justice removes the obstacles to peace; but it is the work of charity (love) directly, since charity, according to its very notion, causes peace.