No Enemy to Conquer Forgiveness in an Unforgiving World

ISBN-10: 1602581401

ISBN-13: 9781602581401

Edition: 2009

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Forgiveness often seems impossible in today's conflicted world. This welcome book presents stories of real men and women of different faiths and cultures reaching out to reconcile with other, previously deemed their 'enemies'.
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List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Baylor University Press
Publication date: 2/1/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 220
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.858
Language: English

The Dalai Lama, spiritual & political leader of the Tibetan people & a Nobel Peace Laureate, has in the last decade become a global spiritual leader whose message of universal & individual responsibility has won worldwide acclaim.

Foreword: No Peace without Forgiveness
Clash or Alliance?
Nigeria: The Pastor and the Iman
Lebanon: Militia Enemies Step Back from the Brink
Jewish-Muslim Dialogue: Honoring Daniel Pearl
Dr. David Smock: The Process of Forgiveness
Perspective: Jonathan Sacks: A Stunningly Original Strategy
Reaching Out to "The Other"
Northern Ireland: Journey without a Map
South Africa: After the Heidelberg Tavern Massacre
Israel and Palestine: Parents Circle-Families Forum
Israel and Palestine: Combatants for Peace
Germany: Meeting the "Monsters of My Dreams"
Dr. Donna Hicks: Dignity for All
Perspective: Desmond Tutu: God's Dream for Humanity
Moving beyond Victimhood
Pennsylvania: Before the Blood Had Dried
Poland: Revisiting Auschwitz
Germany: Norwegian Confronts Nazi Jailer
India: Beyond Revenge in Gujarat
Rwanda: Tutsi Works for Reconciliation
England: Liverpool Mother Stirs a Nation
Dr. Margaret E. Smith: A New Sense of Empowerment
Perspective: Rajmohan Gandhi: The Righteous Chariot
Taking Responsibility
Fiji: God Has No Favorite Race
Israel: Asking Questions
Sierra Leone: No Thirst for Revenge
India: Praying for Compassion for the Aggressor
British-Japanese Relations: A Tale of Two Flags
Dr. Mohammed Abu-Nimer: Liberation through Responsibility
Perspective: Benazir Bhutto: The Great Forgiver
Creating Safe Space
Switzerland: Irene Laure at Caux
Dr. Barry Hart: Transformative Spaces for Change
Perspective: Betty Bigomeb: What a Woman Can Do
Acknowledging the Past
Australia: National Sorry Day
Germany: Pforzheim-After the Nightmare
Java: Dutch POW Diary Changes Japanese Life
Germany: What about Dresden?
United States: Restitution to the Nisei
Joseph V. Montville: The Science behind Reconciliation
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