Bridging the Racial Political Divide

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Bridging the Racial   Political Divide
Author : Alice Patterson
File Size : 41,5 Mb
Publisher : Alice Patterson
Language : English
Release Date : 01 October 2010
ISBN : 9780975282397
Pages : 258 pages
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Bridging the Racial Political Divide by Alice Patterson Book PDF Summary

Some would say, "Now is not the time to talk about race in politics. America is divided and needs to be united." Alice Patterson demonstrates that now is the time to discuss what has divided us and how to bring transformation to our nation. In this book you will find reconciliation and racial healing in an unlikely place-the political arena. Is God interested in politics? Does He want you to get involved? Can ordinary citizens have real power instead of just influence? Can we empower evil powers without even realizing it? Is tolerance a virtue or a sin? These answers and more are found in Bridging the Racial & Political Divide.

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