The Importance of Reconciliation in Conflict Resolution

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Effective peacemaking depends on Conflict Resolution–but Conflict Resolution without Reconciliation is rarely effective.

This December I’ll be writing a 2-part blog on this topic.  Part 1 is already written and posted on the website of my good friend and amazing peacemaker, Thomas Davis (who will also soon be a guest blogger on this site!).  Please read it by going to Thomas Davis’s blog link below right, or typing in this link: http://www.incomparabletreasure.com/

After you read Part 1 on Thomas’s blog, watch for Part 2 coming on mine soon!

Published by Jim Baton

Jim Baton (pen name) has spent over 20 years living in the Muslim world, where he’s been involved in a variety of peace and reconciliation activities including interfaith dialogue, training elementary through university students in peace principles, and bringing Christians and Muslims together to pray. Jim's writing, speaking and teaching is helping Christians and Muslims build bridges of understanding, love and prayer both in Muslim nations and at home in America. His novels contain a depth of understanding regarding the roots of the Christian and Muslim conflict, how to bring healing to Abraham’s broken family, how to combat terrorism with non-violence and love, and how to become a true peacemaker.

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