The Rev Prof Richard A. Burridge FKC, Dean of King’s College London & Professor of Biblical Interpretation.
“Clemens Nathan weaves together a fascinating, personal and profound reflection on the relationship between religion and human rights. Anyone interested in the role religion plays in society today will benefit from reading this book.”
Dr Edward Kessler, Woolf Institute of Abrahamic Faiths, Cambridge, UK.
“This is a remarkable study from someone who both understands the theory of human rights discourse and at the same time has lived within many of the practical debates. It is informed, rich, and powerful. I recommend it highly.”
Rev Prof Ian Markham, Professor of Theology and Ethics and Dean of Hartford Seminary, USA.