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Friday, 12 September 2014



Amazingly succint accurate accounting of the theology of christian forgiveness, and the immense courage of those who have walked this path in the most extreme circumstances.

Reminds me of the following article of the exhibition: Portraits of Rwanda, 20 Years on from Genocide. Where perpetrators and victims, are doing just that dealing with their own memories, forgiveness, and reconciling in order to be able to live alongside each other. An article about this continuing exhibition will also appear in the MiNDFOOD Magazine in Nov 2014.

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