Changing Lenses: A New Focus for Crime and Justice
Such failures are not accidental, but are inherent in the very definitions and assumptions which govern our thinking about crime and justice. Howard Zehr proposes a "restorative" model which is more consistent with experience, with the past, and with the biblical tradition. Based on the needs of victims and offenders, he takes into account recent studies and biblical principles.
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"The author challenges the definitions and assumptions that color our thinking and shape public policy on crime and justice." - CBA Marketplace
"If you read only one thing on crime and justice issues, read this." - The Mennonite
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