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Jul. 22 at 10:14pm | Comments: 90 | Most recent comment: Jul. 30 at 3:35pm
Katie van Shaijik understands us to have very different positions on the relationship between forgiveness and justice. I am still not clear what the nature of those differences are (and hope the discussion below will smoke those out). Proper Focus Katie also thinks that I have shifted the focus from what she wanted to focus on. I think it fair to say that what she wants to focus on is the incompatibility of “unprincipled forgiveness”...
Jul. 18 at 7:30am | Comments: 92 | Most recent comment: Jul. 29 at 9:56am
I think this CNA story offers an opportunity to think about how to apply the principles Katie is articulating. Arturo Martinez-Sanchez says he had no choice but to forgive the man suspected of sexually assaulting and killing his wife and young daughter in an April 2012 attack that also left him seriously wounded. “I have to forgive him, to go the way of life,” the Las Vegas resident told CNA in a July 17 interview. “It's in the Bible ...
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