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  • By Sam Sosa on August 20, 2015

    Unfortunately not the book the professor needed. My fault

  • By D. Kamps on November 1, 2001

    This is the epitome of a great compilation. Restorative justice, the most recent idea of change for the criminal justice system, is based on--and advocated by--many major religions. This book has a chapter written by different people from each religion who write about the religious support for restorative justice in that religion. The book addresses restorative justice in the context of Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Aboriginal theories, Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism, and Chinese culture. Each chapter is entirely self-contained, so you need only read the chapters you are interested in. Although written for academics, most of the text is understandable by the average reader interested in restorative justice. I highly recommend this book for those interested in theories of criminal justice and for those interested in how the different religions view restorative justice.


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