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eBook Faith-Based Reconciliation: A Moral Vision That Transforms People and Societies ePub

by Brian Cox

  • ISBN: 1425779085
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Brian Cox
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Xlibris, Corp. (November 15, 2007)
  • Pages: 122
  • ePub book: 1254 kb
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Faith-based reconciliation. a moral vision that transforms people and societies. Published 2007 by Xlibris Corp. in . Written in English. There's no description for this book yet.

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Faith Based Reconciliation provides a framework for understanding and .

Faith Based Reconciliation provides a framework for understanding and working with these systems. These webs form social ecosystems. The web of relationships we live in give us life and identity. Hardness of heart impairs the relationship between people, and also their relationship with God. To establish social justice we must address injury and offence. Hardness of heart becomes an obstacle. s does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future.

Find nearly any book by Cox,Brian. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Faith-Based Reconciliation: A Religious Framework for Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution. ISBN 9781465379573 (978-1-4653-7957-3) Softcover, Xlibris, 2012.

A third way, known as faith-based reconciliation, is needed to prevent these two ideologies from colliding. This thesis examines the new phenomenon of faith-based nongovernmental organizations and their work in peacemaking and development.

The modern world is being torn apart by two conflicting ideologies. A third way, known as faith-based reconciliation, is needed to prevent these two ideologies from colliding. Faith-based reconciliation incorporates eight core values of the Abrahamic traditionto promote the idea of God's sovereign rule over societies and nations, establishinga common good. In our current globalized world, religion has become a heated topic, often times being the cause of international conflict.

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Brian Cox. The faith-based reconciliation process is an innovative approach to diplomacy and peacemaking that has been developed over the past twenty years by Brian Cox who brings together a unique background in politics, theological and pastoral tr. . The faith-based reconciliation process is an innovative approach to diplomacy and peacemaking that has been developed over the past twenty years by Brian Cox who brings together a unique background in politics, theological and pastoral training, conflict resolution and international experience. This approach is defined by eight core values and by a deliberative process that focuses on creating a reconciling spirit between antagonists as a prelude to constructive joint problem solving.

FAITH-BASED RECONCILIATION A Moral Vision That Transforms People and Societies Written by an experienced practitioner in the field of faith-based diplomacy who has worked in some of the world's roughest neighborhoods, this book begins with the premise that moral vision plays a key role in shaping individuals and communities. It's primary message is that the Abrahamic moral vision shared by Jews, Christians and Muslims, which is embodied as faith-based reconciliation, is a fresh approach to intractable identity-based conflict, an alternative to religious extremism and an ancient paradigm needed for the twenty first century. A must read for today's policymakers and for political, religious and social leaders.