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This book is based on a thesis presented in June, 2013, which requires fulfillment for the Degree of Post-Graduation Diploma in Human Right. I am conscious of its many omissions. My aim has been, however to provide a working introduction to the study of, “Critical Analysis of Christianity and Human Rights”, setting it so far as possible in its historical and cultural Context, and tracing the more obvious lines of development. It is my hope that this book may stimulate others to produce more adequate studies, and to carry forward the studies of Christianity and Human Rights.
Specifically, in the content, it was regarding about Christianity that from the beginning is called religion of Freedom. If we checked and read the Holy Bible, one theme you’ll find and notice, which we can call Liberation, Freedom. Whether it is the people of Israelite liberated from the king of Egypt in Old Testament or liberation from the sin through Jesus Christ in New Testament. But Christianity talks about very important aspect of free will. God wants all His Children to walk in the righteous way but He has given the free will to choose by the Human Being. He has given decision making authority to human to choose the way of Life.
In general, this book is some what touches spirituality and scholastic, what we as a human being can learnt Human Rights from Christianity. Because Christianity is a picture of Human Right. Christianity is an image of Human Rights.