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|Title: Amish Grace: How Forgiveness Redeemed a Tragedy|
By: Donald B. Kraybill, Steven M. Nolt, David L. Weaver-Zercher
Number of Pages: 252
|Publication Date: 2010|
Weight: 13 ounces
Stock No: WW344043
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Praise for Amish Grace
"A story our polarized country needs to hear: It is still grace that saves." BILL MOYERS, Public Affairs Television
"In a world where repaying evil with evil is almost second nature, the Amish remind us there's a better way. In plain and beautiful prose, Amish Grace recounts the Amish witness and connects it to the heart of their spirituality." SISTER HELEN PREJEAN, author, Dead Man Walking
"Faced with the notorious Amish aversion to publicity, reporter after reporter turned to the authors...to answer one question: How could the Nickel Mines Amish so readily, so completely, forgive ? While the text provides a detailed account of the tragedy, its beauty lies in its discovery of forgiveness as the crux of Amish culture. Never preachy or treacly, it suggests a larger meditation more than apt in our time." Philadelphia Magazine
"This balanced presentation . . .blends history, current evaluation of American society, and an examination of what builds community into a seamless story that details the shootings while it probes the religious beliefs that led to such quick forgiving. Recommended." Library Journal
"Professors Kraybill, Nolt, and Weaver-Zercher have written a superb booka model of clear, forceful writing about a tragedy and its aftermath. They have an obvious affection for the Amish yet ask tough questions, weigh contradictions, and explore conundrums such as how a loving God could permit schoolgirls to be massacred." National Catholic Reporter
Visit the authors' Web site at www.amishgrace.com
Steven M. Nolt, Ph.D., is professor of history at Goshen College. He has written extensively on Amish history and culture.
David L. Weaver-Zercher, Ph.D., is associate professor of American religious history at Messiah College. His books on Amish life explore outsiders' fascination with and perceptions of the Amish.
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