As We Forgive by Catherine Claire Larson is one of those life-changing books that will linger with you the rest of your life.
The people in these stories came from different areas and had different experiences, giving the reader a good idea of what happened during the genocide and afterward.
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.
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 8 days 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 1 month 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 7 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 8 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 18 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 22 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
If you are looking for a book that details the causes of genocide, this is not the book for you. But if you are looking for a book to inspire you, guide you and help you overcome... Read morePublished on January 26, 2012 by B. Mackey