GOD'S GIFT OF FORGIVENESS

IT WAS A HAPPY COINCIDENCE that while our Sentinel staff was planning this issue on aspects of revenge, I should be reading Miroslav Volf's book Free of Charge: Giving and Forgiving in a Culture Stripped of Grace.

Volf is a professor of theology at Yale Divinity School, whose upbringing in war-torn Croatia was marked by harrowing family experiences. His father was brutalized in a communist concentration camp, and lack of proper supervision led to an accident that killed Miroslav's five-year-old brother. Yet his parents forgave all of those responsible.

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