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UbuntuULUNTU - A Relational Theology of Humanity

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Mark Hay author

"This book on reconciliation in South Africa is a welcome and important addition to a literature growing out of the experience of struggling to heal and rebuild. At this point in time, there has been a good deal written about why reconciliation is necessary, but still very little that explores the dynamics of how it actually takes place. What quickly becomes apparent is that there is little agreement on the word reconciliation itself ... So anything that carefully and patiently tries to look more closely at the dynamics of reconciliation has the potential of enriching our knowledge and practice of reconciliation considerably."
Robert J. Schreiter CPPS
Catholic Theological Union at Chicago

Mark Hay attempts to clarify the meaning of the concept of reconciliation and uncover the dynamics of social reconciliation. Out of the context of human rights abuses in apartheid South Africa, and given the work of the national Truth and Reconciliation Commission, this book attempts a working definition of social reconciliation, identifies the subjects of reconciliation and maps out the dynamics of social reconciliation. Lastly, it highlights some critical challenges to the Church in its work of reconciliation in post-apartheid South Africa.


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