The Words of Desmond Tutu
With the winning of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984, Desmond Tutu joined Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Mother Teresa as on of the great inspirational leaders of our age. Chosen and introduced by his daughter Naomi, the over 100 selections from his speeches, sermons, and writings collected here explore topics such as: faith and social responsibility, nuclear disarmament, the Church’s role in resisting oppression, family, the Third World, and women in the Church. Also included is a chronology of Tutu’s life, illuminating his tireless work on behalf of blacks under Apartheid, and the full text of the Archbishop’s acceptance of the Nobel Peace Prize.
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Here are excerpts from Bishop Tutu's speeches, sermons, and writings, nearly half being published for the first time. As his daughter's introduction stresses, themes of faith and community predominate ... Read full review