We congratulate our Frs Marcel Uwineza, SJ, Michel Segatagara Kamanzi, SJ, and Elysée Rutagambwa, SJ editors of “Reinventing Theology in Post-Genocide Rwanda: Challenges and Hopes.” Published by Georgetown University Press 2023, pp.416

In this publication you will find the contributions of Antoine Cardinal Kambanda, Bishop Phillipe Rukamba, Bishop Smaragde Mbonyintege, Leah Bacon, J. J. Carney, M. Shawn Copeland, Mih Bibiana Mbei Dighambong, Jean Baptiste Ganza, George Griener, David Hollenbach, Michel Segatagara Kamanzi, Augustin Karekezi, Léocadie Lushombo, Laurenti Magesa, Eugene Niyonzima, Martin Nizigiyimana, Ogonna Hilary Nwainya, William O’Neill, Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator, Innocent Rugaragu, Elisée Rutagambwa, Thomas D. Stegman, Shelly Tenenbaum, Marcel Uwineza.

Fr Marcel Uwineza, SJ holding a copy of the book at Hekima University College – Nairobi

In the words of Elias O. Opongo, SJ, senior lecturer and researcher of peace studies and international relations, Hekima University College, it is “the only volume that articulates the Rwandan genocide as an opportunity to ‘reinvent theology’ while daring to turn the tides of hatred and division into peaceful coexistence. Reinventing Theology in Post-Genocide Rwanda provides a wide readership with new insights into understanding many other conflicts in the world.”

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