For over 2,000 years the Church has grappled with reconciliation and has some
insights to bring to the topic. Having explored the drivers of reconciliation in
Chapter 2, this chapter draws together some threads to create a living tapestry ...

Author: Brian Castle

Publisher: SPCK

ISBN: 028107027X

Category: Religion

Page: 168

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Starting from the area covered by his previously book - Memory, Victimhood, Forgiveness and Reaching out to the Other, the author moves deeper to speak of personal flourishing, social cohesion, political co-existence and the survival of the planet, as well as a deeper understanding of the work of God in the world.

The Path to Reconciliation

Reconciliation with God makes possible our reconciliation with one another in
the Body of Christ, because we have the resurrected life of Christ within us. We
have been instructed to be merciful and He has been merciful to us (see Luke 6:

Author: Neil T. Anderson

Publisher: Gospel Light Publications

ISBN: 9780830746323

Category: Reconciliation

Page: 181

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Political Reconciliation

In an important sense, reconciliation is at odds with politics. Whereas
reconciliation tends towards closure, harmony, consensus and union, politics
tends towards openness, agonism, conflict and plurality. Nevertheless,
reconciliation has ...

Author: Andrew Schaap

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134249667

Category: Political Science

Page: 192

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Since the end of the Cold War, the concept of reconciliation has emerged as a central term of political discourse within societies divided by a history of political violence. Reconciliation has been promoted as a way of reckoning with the legacy of past wrongs while opening the way for community in the future. This book examines the issues of transitional justice in the context of contemporary debates in political theory concerning the nature of 'the political'. Bringing together research on transitional justice and political theory, the author argues that if we are to talk of reconciliation in politics we need to think about it in a fundamentally different way than is commonly presupposed; as agonistic rather than restorative.

Reconciliation and Justification

For a Christian, then, reconciliation is synonymous with the gospel message itself
and forms an essential part of gospel living. In other words, Christian life as such
is a life in and through reconciliation. Were one to remove every aspect of ...

Author: Kenan Osborne

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1579108199

Category: Religion

Page: 310

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Reconciliation and Justification offers a thorough historical and theological background on reconciliation and justification. It is an excellent textbook for theology, a good stimulus for discussion, and a significant contribution to all theological libraries. Since Vatican II the sacrament of reconciliation has met with both successes and difficulties. Author Kenan B. Osborne, O.F.M., contends that one of the main reasons for difficulty with the renewal of this sacrament is that it lacks the integration of justification theology. He outlines key issues on justification within the biblical theology of St. Paul and traces the historical, theological, and liturgical developments from the first century to the present. Thus, Fr. Osborne enriches our conception of reconciliation through these reflective christological and ecclesiological dimensions.

Words of Reconciliation

If this had involved his eternal damnation and separation from Christ , he never
could have wished such a thing , but knowing that the reconciliation of Israel
would hasten the reconciliation of the world , he was willing to forego the
privilege of ...




Category: Eschatology


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The Ministry of Reconciliation A Discourse on 2 Cor V 20 21 Etc

In the former case it provides for the sinner's justification , or change of state ; in
the latter , for his reconciliation , regeneration , sanctification , which are all but
different aspects of his change of character . Both are pointedly referred to in the

Author: John GUTHRIE (Minister of an Evangelical Union Congregation at Greenock.)




Page: 45

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The Church ' s work of reconciliation 1 ) The Church ' s mandate is to preach
Christ ' s message of reconciliation , to distribute the sacraments of reconciliation
– first of all Baptism and the Sacrament of Penance - and to give witness to ...

Author: Pedro S. de Achútegui



Category: Councils and synods, Episcopal (Catholic)

Page: 173

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Sacramental Reconciliation

drift of the sacrament towards a private form led to discerning the conditions of
participation in the Eucharist as being outside the life of the community , that is to
say outside reconciliation with men . The faults submitted to public penance in ...

Author: Edward Schillebeeckx



Category: Pastoral theology

Page: 156

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John Edward Jones. I advised Jim of the legal consequences , and he decided to
file a petition for dissolution to protect himself , his children , and the property .
Even though his first choice was reconciliation , he still had fear and uncertainty .

Author: John Edward Jones

Publisher: Advantage Inspirational

ISBN: 9780975433201

Category: Reconciliation

Page: 164

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Reconciliation Elegy

Reconciliation ROBERT MOTHERWELL The function of my titles is partly
negative , to mark off what can ' t be named in the picture . ( The cubists were
positively literal in their titles - Picasso calls a painting of an apple and a pipe , no
matter ...

Author: Robert Motherwell


ISBN: 9780847803361

Category: Group work in art

Page: 87

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"This photographic journal records the collaboration of Robert Motherwell and his studio assistants in the creation of the artist's monumental painting Reconciliation Elegy, a commission for the East Building, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C."--Back cover.

Reconciliation and the Search for a Shared Moral Landscape

2000b , From the inside - out - A review of how the Truth and Reconciliation
Commission ' s management and structure impacted upon reconciliation and its
outcome , unpublished paper , Department of Ethnography and Social
Anthropology ...

Author: Maria Ericson

Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated

ISBN: 9783631377093

Category: Social Science

Page: 499

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This book focuses on reconciliation in Northern Ireland and South Africa. The overarching aim is to identify «formal and material conditions», or prerequisites, for reconciliation and moral community (or more precisely a «shared moral landscape»). In both countries obstacles to reconciliation can be found in the following elements of a «moral landscape»: Experiences of trauma, separation and inequalities; divergent views of the conflict and of «the other»; opposing identifications and loyalties; certain norms for interaction and contestant interpretations of values such as «peace» and «justice». This book describes how these obstacles have been addressed in: 1) Efforts, particularly by ecumenical groups, to bridge the Catholic/Protestant divide in Northern Ireland. 2) The work of, and debates surrounding, the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission. On the basis of these dialogues in adverse circumstances, this study then suggests some prerequisites for «emancipatory conversations» - a central question in the search for a global ethics.

Peace and Reconciliation

T : 0166 625 249 Fellowship of Reconciliation ( England ) Tracey Warren , Eirene
Centre , Clopton , near Kettering ... Peace and Reconciliation ( PaR ) is edited by
Ben Rees and David Partridge and an Advisory Board , published jointly by ...




Category: Church and social problems


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Ninoy for Justice and Reconciliation

RECONCILIATION : A Miracle That Could Happen 13 Look Alikes : The
Fernando Commission and The Warren. by HORACIO V. PAREDES Butz Aquino
national reconciliation from both HERE have been many calls to opposition and ...




Category: Dissenters


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Offers ways that mindfulness, focused breathing and meditation can help bring healing and release for people suffering from childhood trauma. By the best-selling author of The World We Have. Original.

Author: Thich Nhat Hanh

Publisher: Parallax Press

ISBN: 1935209647

Category: Self-Help

Page: 184

View: 808

Offers ways that mindfulness, focused breathing and meditation can help bring healing and release for people suffering from childhood trauma. By the best-selling author of The World We Have. Original.

Primer on the National Reconciliation and Development Program

What is the National Reconciliation and Development Program ? The National
Reconciliation and Development Program ( NRDP ) is an umbrella program
which coordinates and integrates a whole range of government and
nongovernment ...

Author: National Reconcilation and Development Program (National Reconciliation and Development Council).



Category: Insurgency

Page: 12

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Rage and Reconciliation

It is significant and crucial to point out that "Rage and Reconciliation" is a product
of a literary magazine supplemented by a large, wealthy, health care
organization. The Jewish Healthcare Foundation was devoted to overhauling the
system ...



ISBN: 9781928645092

Category: American prose literature

Page: 146

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12 essays describe the anger and frustration patients and families often feel towards the health care system.