In this groundbreaking research work, Pastor Wee traces the factors that heralded the deadliest civil war in the West African Sub-region to an intractable conflict between the Americo-Liberians and the indigenous Liberians. He demonstrates convincingly that the current peace in Liberia is fragile and is characterized by hatred, animosity, ethnic division, structural violence, insecurity, land disputes and the quest for retribution. He argues forcefully that the Christian understanding of the concept of reconciliation is the best means for achieving sustainable peace in Liberia. Citing the significant contribution of the Lutheran Church in Liberia as a case in point, Pastor Wee proposes a blue-print for building sustainable peace in post-war Liberia. This is absolutely a must-read for any student of Peace and Conflict Management.