‘Bridgebuilding’, by Alastair McKay

Review by Richard Seebohm

Close up of the book cover. | Photo: Canterbury Press Norwich.

This book was launched at St Ethelburga’s in the City of London. The church was rebuilt from the ruined shell that was left after the Bishopsgate IRA bomb of 1993. As a centre for reconciliation it claims four striking values: crisis as an opportunity for change; spiritual values into action; collaborating across differences; and protecting the sacred. Each of these may give Quakers pause for thought.

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