FORGIVENESS IS REALLY STRANGE

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Forgiveness Is Really Strange

Author : Masi Noor
ISBN : 9780857012791
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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What is forgiveness? What enables people to forgive? Why do we even choose to forgive those who have harmed us? What can the latest psychological research tell us about the nature of forgiveness, its benefits and risks? This imaginative comic explores the key aspects of forgiveness, asking what it means to forgive and to be forgiven. Witty and intelligent, it answers questions about the health benefits and restorative potential of forgiveness and explains, in easy-to-understand terms, what happens in our brains, bodies and communities when we choose to forgive.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Forgiveness In Practice

Author : Stephen Hance
ISBN : 9780857009838
Genre : Social Science
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This collection reveals what forgiveness looks like in practice from the standpoint of those working in the helping professions. Written from many different perspectives, this eclectic volume challenges the reader to reconsider their assumptions about forgiveness, and illuminates everyday impact of forgiveness.
Category: Social Science

Can I Tell You About Forgiveness

Author : Liz Gulliford
ISBN : 9781784509101
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Meet Joseph - Joseph is curious to understand more about forgiveness. He lost his sister's brand new football. Although she forgave him, he feels really bad. Can he forgive himself? He told his friend Billy a big secret, but Billy has betrayed his trust and told other kids at school. Should he forgive Billy, especially when he is yet to say sorry? Joseph's friend George is being bullied at school by Jasper. If George forgives Jasper, could Jasper go on to bully others in the future? This illustrated book is the ideal conversation starter for children aged 7+ to explore what forgiveness means, what it is and isn't and when it might and might not be appropriate.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Forgiveness And Power In The Age Of Atrocity

Author : Shann Ray Ferch
ISBN : 9780739169490
Genre : Political Science
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Forgiveness and Power in the Age of Atrocity: Servant Leadership as a Way of Life speaks to categorical human transgressions in the hope that readers will be compelled to examine their own prejudices and engage the moral responsibility to evoke in their own personal life, work life, and larger national communities a more humane and life-giving coexistence. In Forgiveness and Power, leaders are not coercive but persuasive, and recognized as those who love, serve, and heal others.
Category: Political Science

Vladimir Jank L Vitch And The Question Of Forgiveness

Author : Alan Udoff
ISBN : 9780739176689
Genre : Philosophy
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Based on the proceedings of an international conference, Vladimir Jankelevitch and the Question of Forgiveness comprises the first book-length expository and critical reading of Jankelevitch’s masterwork: Le Pardon (Forgiveness).
Category: Philosophy

Forgiveness And Law

Author : Horace Bushnell
ISBN : BL:A0023203980
Genre : Analogy (Religion)
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Category: Analogy (Religion)

The Church Made Strange For The Nations

Author : Paul G. Doerksen
ISBN : 9781630877224
Genre : Religion
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Christians have sometimes professed that the church ought to be in the world but not of it, yet the meaning and significance of this conviction has continued to challenge and confound. In the context of persecution, Christians in the ancient world tended to distance themselves from the social and civic mainstream, while in the medieval and early modern periods, the church and secular authorities often worked in close relationship, sharing the role of shaping society. In a post-Christendom era, this latter arrangement has been heavily critiqued and largely dismantled, but there is no consensus in Christian thought as to what the alternative should be. The present collection of essays offers new perspectives on this subject matter, drawing on sometimes widely disparate interlocutors, ancient and modern, biblical and secular. Readers will find these essays challenging and thought-provoking.
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Strange Candy

Author : Laurell K. Hamilton
ISBN : 9781101205839
Genre : Fiction
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The #1 New York Times bestselling author's short story collection-including an all-new Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter story-now in paperback. From a woman who marries into a family of volatile wizards to a couple fleeing a gang of love-hungry cupids, from a girl who seeks sanctuary in the form of a graceful goose to the disgruntled superhero Captain Housework, readers will revel in the many twists and turns of fortune in these fantastical fairy tales and lush parables. Even hardened vampire hunter and zombie animator Anita Blake gets blindsided by the disturbing motives of her clients in the new "Those Who Seek Forgiveness" and in "The Girl Who Was Infatuated with Death."
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Forgiving Forward

Author : Felix Bamirin
ISBN : 9781503538047
Genre : Religion
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This is a message to the forgiven who have obtained the mercy of the Lord and have found healing for their hearts from the guilt of sin. It is God’s love that made it so through the cross, and as we stand overwhelmed by that love, looking with amazement to the one who gave us and forgave us, he points ahead to the next sinner and says to the forgiven, “Do to him what I have done for you: pay it forward, forgive it forward.” This book will bring you back to that time when you were pronounced justified and forgiven, and it will bring back a deeper appreciation for the love of God unto us by which we have become his children, and it will challenge us to look on others with the same look of mercy with which the Lord in Christ has looked upon us. This is a message for the unforgiven that the prisons of the heart may be emptied by the unlocking of the hearts with mercy—a challenge to pray for the unforgiven and a compassion toward the ones who have hurt and are still hurting us. God works forgiveness through the forgiveness of his children in amazing ways.
Category: Religion

Becoming A Forgiving Person

Author : Richard L Dayringer
ISBN : 9781135792244
Genre : Religion
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Don’t let hurt feelings cause undue harm—learn to make use of the healing power of forgiveness! Charting different paths through feelings of betrayal, oppression, and humiliation, this compassionate book will help you understand forgiveness, find it within yourself, and pass this important knowledge to others. The poignant stories in Becoming a Forgiving Person show how anyone can manage feelings of victimization and quench the lust for vengeance. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of the dynamics of being hurt, the inner struggles needed to truly forgive, and methods and skills for practicing forgiveness. Combining religious and psychological insight, Becoming a Forgiving Person examines how forgiveness can enhance feelings of self-esteem, freedom, and intimacy. The personal stories in these pages illuminate the futility of revenge and show why apologies don’t always help. You’ll be inspired by these lessons on how to forgive yourself and other people by tapping into levels of spirituality that are deeper than the grievances you need to forgive. With its fascinating new perspectives on betrayal, revenge, apology, and reconciliation, Becoming a Forgiving Person will show you: how to forgive without waiting for apologies ways to find personal power and increase self-esteem strategies for cultivating networks of supportive people to help you—or anyone—through difficult times tactics for getting on with your life and finding inner peace how and where to find opportunities to practice forgiveness This book also contains an appendix that lists various types of offenses and another that explores how to respond to one of the most hurtful situations imaginable—the accusation of incest—in a way that bypasses denial and power struggles and works toward reconciliation. Becoming a Forgiving Person is a book that can help anyone who needs to learn to forgive—or who endeavors to help others accomplish that daunting task.
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