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    Bishop John Rucyahana says In 1994 at least 1117000 innocent people were massacred in a horrible genocide in Rwanda my homeland in c

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    I thing globally we all learn about the holocaust I only learnt about the Rwanda genocide in 2018 and I was alive when this happened That’s not right This book also gives you a glimpse into the impacts that colo

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    First and foremost The Bishop of Rwanda is a book about truth It was written from the heart and soul of one who has witnessed mankind's most deplorable depravity and cruelty Throughout the book one finds example after example of the brutal inhumanity of the Rwandan genocide of the mid 1990s These are ugly dark souled truths These are acts so sadistic and disturbing that one's heart and mind are challenged to accept them as truths Yet truths

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    After reading My Father Maker of the Trees How I Survived the Genocide in Rwanda; I wanted to learn about what I had remembered vaguely when it happened and came to this book the Bishop of Rwanda The author gives a very detailed account of the history that set up the events for the genocide as well as what happened during this horrendous slaughter It is pretty graphic at times and once again it shocks me how

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    I had the pleasure of meeting Bishop Rucyahana a few years ago and was blown away by his character humility and passion Thi

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    I am giving this book 3 stars; usually I am always on a 4 mostly because for sometimes now all the books I read are chosen with a purpose The 3 stars came about maybe because of my very inner bound preconceptions about religion and church even though I have deduced from the Bishops' narratives that he is about J

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    A powerful recounting of John Rucyahana growing up amidst the horrific genocide in Rwanda and how God used him

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    This book painfully depicts the genocide of the Tutsis that was perpetrated by the Hutus in Rwanda beginning in 1994 The true story is even horrendous than I knew The genocide that occurred there excels Nazi Germany in bar

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    In this book Bishop John Ruchyahana Bishop of the Anglican Church in Rwanda shows how the Rwandans are learning to grieve their losses forgive their neighbors who have killed their families and find new ways to live that aren't based on fear lack of education and lies The social structures are beginning to change People are beginning to become educated in such a way there is our bishop I have friends who hav

  10. says:

    An excellent book about the politics of the 1994 Rwandan genocide and how the world turned it's back on Rwanda It's fairly graphic but the author writes with understanding and compassion being a Rwandan man himself He talks about h

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Butchered John refused to become a part of the systemic hatred He founded the Sonrise orphanage and school for children orphaned in the genocide and he now leads reco. After reading My Father Maker of the Trees How I Survived the Genocide in Rwanda I wanted to learn about what I had remembered vaguely when it happened and came to this book the Bishop of Rwanda The author gives a very detailed account of the history that set up the events for the genocide as well as what happened during this horrendous slaughter It is pretty graphic at times and once again it shocks me how evil men s deeds can be particularly when they join together What follows this horror however is the amazing power of the Grace of God in taking something so horrible and bringing hope and forgiveness

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In 1994 as his country descended into the madness of genocide Anglican Bishop John Rucyahana underwent the mind numbing pain of having members of his church and family. Bishop John Rucyahana says In 1994 at least 1117000 innocent people were massacred in a horrible genocide in Rwanda my homeland in central Africa He tells of the political background and a government that pushed men and women to kill their fellow countrymen friends and neighbors He tells of how Satan reigned in their minds and hearts for a time and the burden the guilty had to deal with later It is his belief that the Rwandan people had not truly accepted Jesus as the local churches boasted before the genocide If they had true Christianity there would have been no genocide People who truly know Jesus Chris

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Nciliation efforts between his own Tutsi people the victims of this horrific massacre and the perpetrators the Hutus His remarkable story is one that demands to be tol. In this book Bishop John Ruchyahana Bishop of the Anglican Church in Rwanda shows how the Rwandans are learning to grieve their losses forgive their neighbors who have killed their families and find new ways to live that aren t based on fear lack of education and lies The social structures are beginning to change People are beginning to become educated in such a way there is our bishop I have friends who have met this man and they are proof that what he writes is indeed happening Read it to find hope for our world in spite of wars and violence that is so widespread