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Never Too Small To RememberOn Sexuality and Scripture

Number Two to Tutu: A Memoir
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Number Two to Tutu: A Memoir

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Michael Nuttall, editor. Foreword by Desmond Tutu

This book tells a story involving two South African church leaders, Desmond Tutu and Michael Nuttall, during a dramatic and decisive time in the history of their country, the 1980s and 1990s. Tutu was, and is, well known, and acclaimed across the world, firstly for his courageous prophetic witness against apartheid and all it stood for, and secondly for his chairing of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Nuttall was Bishop of Natal when Tutu was Archbishop of Cape Town. His election in 1989 to be bishop next senior to the Archbishop meant that he was drawn into a remarkable partnership.
In this book the author has opened the curtains on some intriguing and transforming situations in which he and Desmond Tutu become involved. His account indicates how the church, through its leaders as well as in other ways, played an important part in South Africa's journey from being a racist tyranny into acquiring a new democratic dispensation. Nuttall also shows how the church attended to its own internal needs and challenges at the same time.

"I hope that this book will encourage many to consider that goodness is stronger than evil, love is stronger than hatred, light stronger than darkness, life stronger than death, and that God is all in all."

 


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