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In this paper Alan Falconer examines the lessons learned from a study into the way in which memories of past events have shaped - and held captive - communities in Northern Ireland. He seeks to apply these lessons to inter-church relations and considers what would be involved in establishing a process that sets out to break the cycle of action and reaction that has helped deepen divisions between branches of the Christian Church.
Falconer, A. D. (2008). Reconciling memories. Theology in Scotland, 15(1), pp. 23-39.
Theology in Scotland
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