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 Massacre at Dimawe Hill:

How a Bible view ignited a war

In 1852, Christian settlers in South Africa took inspiration from the Bible's Old Testament to enslave and attack the indigenous occupants of the land they had occupied. This book tells the true story of why they interpreted the Bible as they did and which verses they took as their guidelines.

See what happens when they follow the same Biblical guidelines to negotiate for peace.

And prepare to be surprised when you find out how it all turns out.

Then ask yourself: Are we still interpreting Scripture in the same way today?

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