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"Divine Rebels offers a much-needed corrective to the wrathful voices on the Religious Right by showcasing the underreported heroism of politically progressive Christians who reject power and privilege in favor of compassion and reconciliation." Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking
"[A] learned, readable, and immensely important work of history, journalism, and advocacy." Samuel G. Freedman, author of Upon This Rock
"[Divine Rebels] is a timely and important account of American Christian activists deeply committed to both their faith and to a better world here and now. . . . They are models for everyone who has ever wondered how personal faith relates to the injustice of the world. I highly recommend this book." Sami Rasouli, human rights activist and director of the Muslim Peacemaker Teams
Deena Guzder is an independent journalist who has reported on human rights across the globe. Her work has appeared in Time, Mother Jones, Common Dreams, National Geographic, Washington Post, Ms. magazine, and elsewhere. She holds advanced degrees in journalism and international affairs from Columbia University.
I paraphrase Gandhi's famous quote. If that isn't an indictment of modern Christianity, I don't know what is! Read morePublished on November 1, 2012 by Mr. Mambo
This is the best book I've read this year thus far. The best for believers and non-believers alike. Deena Guzder's insightful interviews, prodigious research and engaging style are... Read morePublished on June 21, 2011 by gleefan
I have been enjoying reading this much over-looked personal history of conversion and witness. I find the author's writing highly engaging -- lots of information, insight,... Read morePublished on June 5, 2011 by Nom de Plume