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This timely book tells the stories of Christians in Northern Ireland who helped create the context for peace and political reconciliation. After recounting the history of "the troubles" in Northern Ireland and locating the beginning of the peace process in the international discussion about forgiveness in public life, Ronald Wells narrates the pivotal role of three local communities in developing a context for peace -- the Corrymeela Community (Presbyterian), the Christian Renewal Centre (Anglican Church of Ireland), and the Columbanus Community of Reconciliation (Roman Catholic).
Wells is Professor of History at Calvin College.