The most chilling fact about this genocide is that, in most cases, neighbors were killing neighbors.
By telling personal stories in an engaging writing style, Larson does a fine job of taking the reader from the abstract to the very real and personal.
As We Forgive by Catherine Claire Larson is one of those life-changing books that will linger with you the rest of your life.
I would rate this book higher if it were not for the author's views on forgiveness. I disagree with the view she puts forth on forgiveness and her authorities on forgiveness. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David J Barger
I highly recommend this book. It is full of heart wrenching stories of the Rwandan genocide and how victims found a way to forgive through Christ. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kerry L Chambliss
This is an excellent book for anyone who battles with forgiveness. It is an insightful, emotional and provocative read and I highly recommend it.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Reading these stories make me feel like a hypocrite. I can say that I will forgive and I can try to forgive. Read morePublished 9 months ago by C. Evans
still only part way through reading but I am finding it very informative. Finding it a way to increase my knowledge of this terrible period in Rawanda's historyPublished 19 months ago by Joan Glastonbury
A must read! This book illustrates Biblical forgiveness at a depth rarely seen. It is the Gospel that makes this kind of forgiveness possible.Published 23 months ago by UtahRocks!
This book is quite powerful and should be on a 'must read' for anyone wanting to learn more about the Tutsi genocide, but even more, about forgiveness related to genocide. Read morePublished on December 1, 2012 by Barb