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The Acquittal of God: A Theology for Vietnam Veterans

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Many Vietnam veterans felt--and still feel--not only rejected by God and their church but also betrayed by their nation and even their families. Using themes from Dietrich Bonhoeffer's theology, Siemon-Netto explores the veterans' situation and argues for God's acquital of the charge of abandoning the veterans during and after this war.
Paperback, 107 pages
Published December 1st 2008 by Wipf & Stock Publishers (first published January 1990)
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Uwe Siemon-Netto (born October 25, 1936), the former religion editor of United Press International, is an international columnist and a Lutheran lay (non-ordained) theologian. He is the founder and emeritus director of the Center for Lutheran Theology and Public Life (CLTPL) and League of Faithful Masks, a non-profit religious corporation based in Capistrano Beach, California. CLTPL/LFM champions ...more
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