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Race

Race
A study on the global and complex questions surrounding 'race' and 'racism'. This book raises questions, exposes confusions and complexities and contributes to the formation of a well informed social conscience within the framework of the Christian tradition.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780281056538
Stock: 1
Publisher: SPCK PUBLISHING
Pub. Date: August 19 2005
Author: LEECH
Format: Paperback
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A study on the immense, global and complex questions surrounding 'race' and 'racism'. The questions around race and racism are global, immense and complex. Written by a Christian priest who has spent much of his ministry based in East London (one of the most racially diverse areas in the world), this book will raise questions, expose confusions and complexities and contribute to the formation of a well informed social conscience within the framework of the Christian tradition. This is not a field where there are any easy responses but the author believes there are guidelines and values which we are currently ignoring in the UK. Reed points to areas where we should be thinking, rethinking, acting and reflecting. The matter of race and racism cannot be compartmentalised but can only be dealt with by the surpassing of boundaries and allowing conventional thinking to come to judgement. "The Changing Society and the Churches" series is designed to present theologically coherent arguments in a way that engages with secular issues. The series editors are Al McFadyen and Peter Sedgwick of the Church of England Board of Social Responsibility.
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