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Restorative Justice: building a basic library

Source: (-0001) Kingston Ontario, Correctional Service of CanadaRev. Carter has categorized a list of books on Restorative Justice (RJ) to aid interested parties in gaining knowledge of the different aspects of RJ. "It is subjective, although I ha... READ MORE

From Prison to the Pulpit.

Source: (-0001) Kingston, On: Queen's Theological College, Queen's University.This photocopied booklet contains short articles by Rod Carter a minister in the United Church of Christ. Through these writings Rod shares his experiences as an ex-offe... READ MORE

Restoring Justice- Working Toward Healing, Peace and Forgiveness

Source: (2005) Restorative Directions Journal. 1(1):4-9.Rod Carter brings to this article on restorative justice and its benefits his own unique experience. He has been an inmate; he is now an ordained minister in Canada. He has been a prison chap... READ MORE

A justice that restores

Source: (2001) In Restorative justice: A Christian perspective, ed. Rod CarterKingston, Ontario: Restorative Justice Program, Queens Theological College. Pp. 4-5.Rod Carter states at the outset of this essay that, when offenders seek forgiveness a... READ MORE

Scriptural Basis of Restorative Justice

Source: (2001) Restorative justice: A Christian perspective, ed. Rod Carter, Kingston, Ontario: Queen’s Theological College, Restorative Justice Program.There are a number of Scriptural bases for restorative justice. This article covers some of ... READ MORE

Restorative Justice: A Christian Perspective

Source: (2001) Kingston, Ontario: Restorative Justice Program, Queens Theological College.This magazine-sized publication serves as a resource on restorative justice from a Christian point of view. Including material from many people, it consists ... READ MORE