'Let me say to Mr Botha: apartheid is doomed! It has been condemned in the
Councils of God, rejected by every nation on the planet and is no longer believed
in by the people who gave it birth. Apartheid is the god that has failed.' So
preached Bishop Peter Storey in 1986. Challenging apartheid wherever he could,
he led the SA Methodist Church into what many whites saw as uncomfortable
Join him in his inspiring journey from sailor-turned-minister to the South African
Council of Churches leadership in its darkest hour, from tending to Robert
Sobukwe and Nelson Mandela on Robben Island, through the forced removals of
District Six and the storm surrounding Stompie Seipei's murder. I Beg to Differ
spans a parish minister’s sorrows and joys, founding Life Line SA, the bombing
of Khotso House and a close shave with death with Desmond Tutu. Storey
shares the convictions that inspired him to minister amid the teargas, violence
and intimidation of the apartheid regime.
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