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Peace Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 18, Stillness in the Manhouse Summary

Don Richardson
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Chapter 18, Stillness in the Manhouse Summary and Analysis

Chapter Eighteen opens Part Three: A World Transformed.

Once again, Richardson approaches the Haenam manhouse with language notes in hand. He prepares to tell them another sort of sermon on the salvation offered in the Bible. Thanks to the peace child, the tribes have enjoyed peace for two months, with only a few threats. The only time tempers flared between the tribes, Kaiyo reminded the offended that the peace child still lives. Considering all he had learned about the peace child in the last two months, Richardson climbs into the manhouse with renewed excitement.

In an animated sermon, Richardson draws several parallels between the Sawi's peace child tradition and the story of Christ, the only son of God. He explains that, to make a way for man to have peace with God, God sent a peace child...

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