An American in Persia:
A Pilgrimage To Iran
Kauffman tells stories of his encounters with Iranians, their culture, and their politics, to give witness to ways walls can break down when the stories, culture, and history of others are attended to. He examines controversial issues with thoughtfulness and an open mind, blind neither to Iran's problems nor its virtues.
“Kauffman offers a rare and penetrating portrait of an ancient and proud land, and a people who are surprisingly friendly toward Americans. The book features gorgeous photographs that capture the dignity and grace of ordinary Iranians and depict the beauty of an unknown country. A must for all who want to build understanding and friendship with people our government would have us consider enemies.” —David Cortright, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame
“Jesus asks us to love God, to love our neighbor, and to love our enemy. Richard’s experience in Iran is a good story of how to do all three.” —Arli Klassen, Executive Director, Mennonite Central Committee, in the Foreword
|Publisher||Cascadia Publishing House|
|Call ID||NF 955 Ka|
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