Sounding a prophet's voice, Perkins tells his own story while analyzing the sin of racism, revealing its causes and cures---and questioning the absence of Christians in the fight. His three Rs of change---reconciliation, relocation, and redistribution---reveal a plan for evangelism and social action that brings hope to black and white. 224 pages, hardcover from Regal.
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Review 1 for Let Justice Roll Down
Date:July 12, 2008
mark e hund
This is one of the best book's I have ever read.A friend gave me a singed copy, its hard to tell people how it made me feel when I finished the book.The injustice he had to face and yet feel compassion for those people is a testament to his trust in Jesus Christ.
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Review 2 for Let Justice Roll Down
Date:November 21, 2006
I think this book has stood the test of time. The 30th anniversary reprint is great. I think this is a book that was truly before its time. I love the 3 R's (Reconciliation, Relocation, and Redistribution). I love the postscript by his daughter, Elizabeth which tells us that the work of Christian Community development will continue for generations to come.