Dwight N. Hopkins
-- University of Chicago Divinity School
"I can hardly think of any other person in the world whose word and witness stand more unswervingly with the poor and the workers. Despite surface signs of progress, Allan Boesak reminds Christians and all people of decent hearts that hope emerges phoenix-like when the criterion for life is the life of the oppressed."
-- University of Heidelberg
"Those who rejoiced in the victory of Nelson Mandela and Barack Obama and who were disappointed afterwards by the developments in their respective countries and worldwide will experience new hope through this moving book. . . . Inspiring, encouraging, and mobilizing for people yearning for justice."
Curtiss Paul DeYoung
-- Bethel University
"A masterpiece! Dare We Speak of Hope? invites readers to embrace the question of hope in a world of injustice and oppression, disappointment and depression. In this beautifully written and powerfully persuasive volume, Boesak reasserts the power of hope when it emerges out of woundedness, struggle, and peacemaking."
R. Simangaliso Kumalo
-- University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
"Allan Boesak, a great prophet and scholar, has done it again. This is a brilliant book on hope and politics."
-- from foreword
"[An] eloquent, challenging, and deeply spiritual book."