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The One Thing She Needed

She was Still Haunted by the Old Failures of Her Practice; She Didn’t Save Everyone

“The Green Light of Forgiveness” Glimmers at the End of Taylor Swift’s Dock in evermore

This Album Reminds Us that We Can’t Come out of the Darkness Alone

“Can I Ever Be Forgiven?” On the Radical Unity of Sinners

“If I Take Everything Good in My Life and Burn It to the Ground, Where Can I Turn?”

Robert Farrar Capon on Self-Knowledge and Atonement

“By the Deadness of His Human Mind and Ours, We Are Literally Absolved”

No Mercy: The Bittersweet Victory of Cobra Kai

The Karate Kid, All Grown Up

Exorcising Regrets By Divine Amnesia

We Might Never Forget Our Sins, but God Does

Forty-Eight Years After John Lewis Was Attacked

On the “Quiet Insistence to Do What is Right”

When You Live in Hawaii, You’re Not Allowed to Complain

Conflict in Paradise

Enjoy Your Forgiveness

Thoughts on the Free Gift from Christ

Offensive: On War Crimes and Forgiveness

Im Chaem and Why the World Hates Christianity

Inherited Sin and Family Secrets: A Review of Nora Krug’s Belonging

“The Concept of … Having to Bear the Consequences of Another Generation’s Actions Seemed Familiar”

Taylor Swift and the Ministry of Retribution

True fans of Taylor Swift will smell something fishy about the New York Times headline, “Taylor Swift, Philosopher of Forgiveness.” Because when it comes to Taylor’s philosophy of forgiveness, what songs come to mind? Maybe her early hit “Picture to Burn”? Or its music video in which she fantasizes about breaking into an ex’s house […]