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The Confession of Belhar, Participant's Book
680752
Written by Cynthia Holder Rich

The Belhar Confession emerged from South Africa as a witness of Christian faith against the sins of racism and focuses on major themes of unity, reconciliation, and justice in the context of the church’s Trinitarian belief. Explore what it means to be a confessional Church and to meet and confess our faith in the face of racism in its various forms. This title is part of the Being Reformed series.

 
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The Confession of Belhar, Leader's Guide
680751
The Belhar Confession emerged from South Africa as a witness of Christian faith against the sins of racism and focuses on major themes of unity, reconciliation, and justice in the context of the church’s Trinitarian belief. Explore what it means to be a confessional Church and to meet and confess our faith in the face of racism in its various forms. This title is part of the Being Reformed series.
 
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Belhar Confession Study Guide
2116208001
The Belhar confession was written by the Dutch Reformed Mission Church as a theological challenge to South African apartheid.  The six-session study guide explores Belhar and its historical context alongside the confessions of the PC(USA) and the legacy of racism in the United States.  Each session includes an essay and questions for discussion, framed in worship.  The guide contains the text of the confession, its accompanying letter and Martin Luther King's "Letter from Birmingham Jail."
 
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