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Posted May 13, 2012
I read this book in college as a requirement for a class and nearly 10 years later Dear's message in this book has stayed with me.
Another reviewer blasted Dear as an anti-semetic, but I'm clueless as to why. I come from a very diverse family - we have Jews, Catholics, atheists and spirtualists. I'm very sensitive to intolerant messages and I didn't sense that at all in Living Peace.
This is a good, thought-provoking read and its message of tolerance and peace will stick with you.
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Posted January 22, 2011
So called Living Peace
I have read a few of Father John Dear books and while his life and beliefs can be inspiring, John Dear attacks Israel and the Jewish state in every one of his books. He talks about peace for Man kind but he seems to have very anti semetic views. He supports all Palestinian causes while denouncing Jews. So I can not possibly support Father John dears causes because of his hypocrisy.
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Posted August 10, 2011
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