The And Peacemaking : Conflict, And Reconcilliation

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DM 904 LEADERSHIP AND PEACEMAKING: CONFLICT AND RECONCILLIATION
SPRING SEMESTER 2015
BEING CHURCH IN POST-GENOCIDE RWANDA

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PAPER PRESENTED TO
DR ANYANGO REGGY
BEULAH HEIGHTS UNIVERSITY

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IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT FOR THE COURSE
DM 904 LEADERSHIP AND PEACEMAKING: CONFLICT AND RECONCILLIATION

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BY
GEOFFREY CHEGE
02/21/2015.

INTRODUCATION INTRODUCTION: BEING CHURCH IN POST GENOCIDE RWANDA: THE CHALLENGES OF FORGIVENESS AND RECONCILIATION The author, Anne N. Kublai, obtained both her Bachelor of Education degree (1984) and Master of Arts degree (1988) from the University of Nairobi., Kenya and her PhD (1995) from the University of London., England. The author worded served as the head of the department of religious studies at Kigali Institute of Education, in Rwanda. Her research areas includes the history and sociology of Islam in Africa, religion and conflict, and genocide in Rwanda genocide. On In my reviewing of the article “Bing Being church in post-genocide Rwanda”, I looked at the challenges of forgiveness and reconciliation as was first published in the Journal of Constructive Theology.
The Challenges that faces Face the church Church in Rwanda Today.
In 1994
The 1994 Rwanda genocide that shocked the world and left the country deeply traumatized, . It has been described as unique because it was not just the killing of Hutu killing…
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