#06 - Crowned with Glory and Honour: Human Rights in the Biblical Tradition

Book, 20032002, 160 pp
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This book argues that Christian faith has something distinctive to say about human rights and that biblical values make important contributions to contemporary understandings of human rights.

"The book I have been waiting for since I made the commitment to be a Christian standing for peace and justice. Marshall builds the bridge between the secular language of human rights and biblical perspectives on shalom that has been sorely lacking. Christian activists hesitant to bring their faith into the picture should read this book, as should human rights advocates wondering how to persuade Christians to get on board." -- Mary H. Shertz, Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary

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