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Discover a fresh Eucharistic theology that unlocks the possibility for unity in our diverse human family.
In an age of accelerating globalization that creates unprecedented experiences of diversity and exacerbates perceptions of division, Neville Callam, the General Secretary of the Baptist World Alliance, offers a transforming vision of a world brought together through the power of the Lord's Supper.
In this urgently needed and eagerly welcomed volume, Callam reflects on the untapped power of Holy Communion as a force for reconciliation, healing, and restored wholeness in our fragmented churches and communities. In these pages, he explores:
• Racea manufactured diversity and the sin of racism• Ethnicitythe borders used to establish exclusion• Communionas a way to celebrate inclusive community• Caribbean theologyas a model for overcoming fragmentation by affirming imago dei across the multiple ethnic identities of the region
Join the journey through God's Word to cultivate the common bond that we share and to unite the people of God.
Neville George Callam is a pastor, theological educator, and ecumenist. He was born in Jamaica and educated in the West Indies before attending Harvard Divinity School. Ordained by the Jamaica Baptist Union, he has worked with the Baptist World Alliance in various capacities since 1985 and has spoken at forums, seminars, workshops, and churches in more than 80 nations.
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