The Bishop of Rwanda (Google eBook)

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Mar 6, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
7 Reviews

In 1994, as his country descended into the madness of genocide, Anglican Bishop John Rucyahana underwent the mind-numbing pain of having members of his church and family butchered. John refused to become a part of the systemic hatred. He founded the Sonrise orphanage and school for children orphaned in the genocide, and he now leads reconciliation efforts between his own Tutsi people, the victims of this horrific massacre, and the perpetrators, the Hutus. His remarkable story is one that demands to be told.

  

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Review: The Bishop of Rwanda: Finding Forgiveness Amidst a Pile of Bones

User Review  - Connie - Goodreads

After reading My Father, Maker of the Trees, How I Survived the Genocide in Rwanda; I wanted to learn more about what I had remembered vaguely, when it happened, and came to this book, the Bishop of ... Read full review

Review: The Bishop of Rwanda: Finding Forgiveness Amidst a Pile of Bones

User Review  - Kavita Ginty - Goodreads

This book is riveting. It is sad how the whole world stood by while this happened but the reconciliation that is occuring in Rwanda is amazing. Read full review

Contents

Setting the Time Bomb
9
The Tearing of Paradise
23
The Countdown
33
A Carefully Laid Plan
57
The Demons Unleashed
85
Bodies in the River
121
Machetes into Plowshares
137
Uncovering the Truth
161
Changing Hearts
177
Forgiveness
197
The Future
207
Reconciliation for All
221
About the Authors
229
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