Written by a South African minister, this book explores solutions to the problem of apartheid and asks whether the Church can play a constructive role in peackmaking. The author looks at South Africa's predicament, assesses the current situation and the...
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Written by a South African minister, this book explores solutions to the problem of apartheid and asks whether the Church can play a constructive role in peackmaking. The author looks at South Africa's predicament, assesses the current situation and the possibility of reconciliation. He considers the rise of apartheid and the dilemma of the Afrikaner. Questions of violence, civil disobedience, sanctions, national repentance and revival as well as the relationship of evangelism to social action are discussed.;Michael Cassidy is the co-director and founder of Africa Enterprise. His previous novels are Bursting the Wineskins and Chasing the Wind.
John M. Perkins is an American civil rights activist. He has worked extensively in the realm of reconciliation and development centered around the Christian Gospel message. He currently serves and founder and president of the John M. Perkins Foundation in Jackson, Mississippi. He is also a member of the Board of Advisors of the Bible Literacy Project, publishers of the curriculum The Bible and Its Influence for public high school literature courses.
Born June 16th, 1930 John grew up on a plantation as a sharecropper in the 1940s. Despite dropping out of school in the third grade, John Perkins has been recognized for his work by being awarded nine honorary doctorates from Wheaton College, Gordon College, Huntington College, Spring Arbor College, Geneva College, Northpark College, Whitworth College, Belhaven College and Nyack College. He is the author of nine books including A Quiet Revolution, Let Justice Roll Down, With Justice For All, Beyond Charity, Hes My Brother, Resurrecting Hope, and A Time to Heal.
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Michael Cassidy is an evangelist, author and leader. He is the founder of African Enterprise, a ministry of evangelism, reconciliation, leadership training, and aid and development programs. He lives in South Africa.