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December 28, 2011


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Henk Smidstra

Thanks Ron. The notion of transcending ideology and "theological tribalism" are important to me as I value respectful creative dialogue of an important public issue,namely criminal justice, today. I remember reading C.S Lewis, somewhere, coming strongly from a Kantian position requiring punishment as justice. I have"Till We All Have Faces" in my library and with a renewed perspective I will read it again and look for restorative justice values for face-to-face participatory engagement in the basic issues social conflict.

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