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Included on a "Reconciliation Reading List for Black History Month" by Linda Leigh Hargrove.
DeYoung considers reconciliation in its broadest sense with periodic asides to illustrate practical approaches to separation based on race, gender, culture, class, nationalism, etc. The core of Reconciliation describes what is essential for actually engaging in the process of reconciliation: taking responsibility, seeking forgiveness, repairing the wrong, healing the soul, and creating a new way of relating
Curtiss Paul DeYoung, MDiv, EdD, is professor of reconciliation studies at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota. Previously, DeYoung has served in urban multicultural settings as the president of the Twin Cities Urban Reconciliation Network (TURN), executive director of the City Gate Project, and pastor of multiracial congregations. Internationally, DeYoung speaks on the topics of reconciliation and the multiculturalism of the Bible. Coming Together in the 21st Century is his sixth book.
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