Essays on the Freedom to Speak Out (or Hold Your Tongue) in an Interconnected World
Imprint: Resource Publications
"This book could not be more timely. In an age of irresponsible attacks and insensitive cartoons that evoke terrible reprisals and violence, Raymond Anderson argues for sensitivity and compassion in private and public discourse. Freedom of speech is often abused so that free speech can, and often does, have a price. Anderson illustrates in countless ways how freedom of speech can be cruel and insensitive. The author offers much wisdom in response to this phenomenon."
--I. John Hesselink, Professor of Theology Emeritus, Western Theological Seminary, Holland, Michigan