The Tenderness of Conscience: African Renaissance and the Spirituality of Politics
AFRICAN SUN MeDIA, 2005 M03 1 - 242 páginas
With this book, theologian and political observer Allan Boesak once again displays the strengths of his writings that were evident in the seventies and eighties: bringing Christian theology to bear on the political and socio-economic realities of our world.
“A serious and open-hearted commentary on the African Renaissance and the spirituality of politics, but with the clarity of the deeply embedded Christian message.”
– Danny Titus
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