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This work is intended to help the readers to explore the Prophetic role of the Church's Ministry of reconciliation, peace and justice in the midst in the absence of peace.
There has been much injustice committed by the authorities in the Sudan since dependence of it during the British rule to its independence in 1956.
The Church role is always in the fore front involving itself.
The Sudan Council of Churches (scc), All Africa Council of Churches (AACC), the world Council of Churches (wcc) and other related Christian organizations were involved.
The reader will also examine the root causes, the complications of religion and its role in creation of sentiments among the same people with their own cultural, religious and ethnic rights, the marginalization and oppression, the descriptions in different approaches to justice.
To unite the nation is to build bridges and equal rights to the nation regardless of ethnicity and religions, it is to have open and fundamental rights to individual.
The human rights and democratic freedom of speech must be in the top agenda for the people of the Sudan.
More especially the love of the nation building and service to the people.
God knows the future!
Loyo, born in 1958, Sereng village, Rokon.Graduated from Trinity College, University of Ghana 1986-9.
Bachelor of Divinity, St.
Paul’s University, Limuru, Kenya 1990-3.
& Min, University of Durham UK 2004-5.
Currently, Dean of the Province of the Episcopal Church of the South Sudan and Sudan,2008-17.
Diocesan Bishop of Rokon.
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