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Justice, always will be served

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http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com - Forgiveness is a word we both love and hate. We feel that it is a justifiable, tremendous act of grace as it relates to what God does with our confessed sins.



When God forgives our sins, analytically it’s much akin to God pressing the delete button on his heavenly computer. And when he forgives us, he doesn’t send our sins to a temporary recycle bin just in case he needs to remind us of them. Instead, they are permanently and totally removed from the hard drive! That’s what we love about the

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Key to forgiveness | Opinion

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http://dawn.com - In this world of peacocks and poseurs, he stood out by not standing out. Quietly spoken, with a Belfast brogue softened by a childhood in south-east England, he drew little attention to himself. Which was, no doubt, why Patrick Magee could pass unnoticed as he toured the United Kingdom in 1978, planting 16 bombs in various cities and, then again, in 1984, when he blew up Brighton’s Grand Hotel during the Conservative party conference, killing five people.



Among his victims that night was Tor

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The key to forgiveness is the refusal to seek revenge | Giles Fraser | UK news | The Guardian

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http://www.guardian.co.uk - Giles Fraser: Loose canon: The problem with our retributive model of justice is that it can easily serve to perpetuate violence and hatred



He was a short, plumpish academic-looking man in his 60s, with a neat beard and walking stick, clearly uncomfortable among the prawn canapes of a trendy Soho hotel. In this world of peacocks and poseurs, he stood out by not standing out. Quietly spoken, with a Belfast brogue softened by a childhood in East Anglia, he drew little attention to himself. Whic

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Restorative Justice Is Not Forgiveness

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com - Restorative justice has been receiving a lot of attention lately, due to Paul Tullis's January 4 New York Times Magazine article, "Can Forgiveness Play a Role in Criminal Justice?"



This story about a restorative justice conference following the murder of a young woman by her boyfriend was also covered on the January 5 episode of the Today Show, "Parents who forgave their daughter's killer: It 'frees us.'"



Both the Times and the Today stories do their audience a disservice by dwelling on f

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