THE SPACE BETWEEN PASTORAL CARE AND GLOBAL TERRORISM
Keywords:terrorism, linking, remnant, difference and God's unity
In this twenty-first century, Chaplains work with a background of terrorism, functioning as a remnant, making links between us, within us, with God, we learn our ideas of wholeness too often mean sameness, and God's ideas of wholeness include our particular differences.
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