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God Has a Dream: A Vision of Hope for Our Time

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2005

    A Powerful Endorsement of Humanity

    One need only to look at the list of those who offer their praise on the back cover of thie amazing little book to realize that this is a work that reaches far beyond the Christian faith. Archbishop Tutu's masterpiece is as much of a statement on what it means to be a human being as it is an exploration of one particular faith. I encourage my fellow educators to not be scared off by fears of bluring the line between church and state and to use this book as a foundation of their character education efforts.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2004

    God Has a Dream

    This book fills me with such warmth. With all that Bishop Tutu has seen and experienced, he still approaches life with incredible joy which is evident in every page of this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2004

    An Amazing Vission

    The subtitle of Desmond Tutu's new book is 'A Vision of Hope for Our Time,' and it surpasses all my hopes and expectations. Forged in the long struggle to end apartheid, this book is a stirring call to hope and action. Whatever your religious affiliation or if you don't have one, 'God Has a Dream' is a treasure of insight and inspiration delivered with wisdom and humor. God's dream? That human beings--you and I--learn to recognize each other as brothers and sisters and learn to live with each other in lovingkindness and peace. 'As we learn to share Giod's love with our brothers and sisters, God's other children, there is no tyrant who can resist us, no oppression that cannot be ended, no hunger that cannot be fed, no wound that cannot be healed, no hatred that cannot be turned to love, no dream that cannot be fulfilled.' And whose task is it? Yours and mine.

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