Christianity and Genocide in Rwanda (PDF Download)



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Unravel the Role of Christian Institutions in Rwanda’s Genocide

You might think of churches as sanctuaries, but in Rwanda’s 1994 genocide, they turned into the epicenters of slaughter. This book doesn’t just recount events; it probes why Rwandan Christians, including those ordained to promote peace, were complicit in such atrocities. You’re about to enter a world where faith and politics collide with fatal consequences.

Through meticulous research that spans national surveys and local case studies, you’ll get an unflinching look at how Rwanda’s churches aligned themselves with political powers and fueled ethnic divisions. You’ll see this through the lens of two Presbyterian parishes and understand how church leaders sought to consolidate their influence during the crisis.

But it’s not all doom and gloom. Amidst this dark chapter, some Christians stood against the tide—proof that resistance from within was possible. This book honors their courage while questioning why more didn’t follow suit.

If you’re someone who’s drawn to historical analysis or intrigued by the complex relationship between religion and politics, then this is for you. It’s not just a history lesson; it’s a critical examination of power dynamics within religious institutions.

This isn’t about padding pages with fluff—it’s about presenting hard truths with clarity. So if you’re ready for an honest take on one of history’s most heart-wrenching events from a perspective often overlooked, this is your read.

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