Wounds Not Healed by Time: The Power of Repentance and Forgiveness

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The publishers have generously given permission to use extended quotations from the following copyrighted works. From The Railway Man: A POW's Searing Account of War, Brutality, and Forgiveness, by Eric Lomax. Copyright 1995 by Eric Lomax, reprinted by permission ofW. W. Norton & Company, Inc. and the Random House Group, Ltd. From The Faith and Doubt of Holocaust Survivors, by Robert Reeve Brenner. Copyright 1997 by Robert Reeve Brenner, reprinted by permission of Robert Reeve Brenner and Jason Aronson Publishers. From The Palm Tree of Deborah, by Moses Cordovero, translated by Louis Jacobs. Copyright 1960 by Louis Jacobs, reprinted by permission of Louis Jacobs and Frank Cass Publishers. From “Marital Forgiveness: Theoretical Foundations and an Approach to Prevention,” by Michael E. McCullough in Marriage andFamily: A Christian Journal. Copyright 1997 by the American Association of Christian Counselors, reprinted by permission of Michael E. McCullough and the American Association of Christian Counselors. From Promoting Forgiveness: An Empathy-Based Model for Psychoeducation, by Michael E. McCullough (Unpublished Forgiveness Manual). Reprinted by permission of Michael E. McCullough. From Repentance: A Comparative Perspective, edited byAmitai Etzioni and David Carney. Copyright 1997 and reprinted by permission of Amitai Etzioni. From “Psychology and Repentance,” by Allen E. Bergin in BYU1994—95 Devotional and Fireside Speeches. Copyright 1995 and reprinted by permission of Brigham Young University. From “Interpersonal Forgiveness Within the Helping Professions: An Attempt to Resolve Differences of Opinion,” by Robert Enright et al., in Counseling and Values. Copyright 1992 and reprinted by permission of the American Counseling Association. From “Pyramid of Forgiveness” or “The Forgiveness Teacher's Toughest Test” by Everett L. Worthington Jr, in Spirituality and Health. Copyright 1999 and reprinted by permission of Everett L. Worthington Jr.

Scripture quotations herein (except where otherwise noted) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Permissions viii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Wounds Not Healed by Time *
  • Introduction 3
  • One - Revenge & Justice 11
  • Two - The Essence of Forgiveness 40
  • Three - Why & When to Forgive 61
  • Four - How to Forgive 89
  • Five - Forgiving Oneself & Forgiving God 121
  • Six - The Essence of Repentance 141
  • Seven - Repentance & Reconciliation 182
  • Epilogue - The South African Experience 220
  • Notes 227
  • Bibliography 251
  • Index of Names 259
  • Index of Subjects 261
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