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We often presume that the act of forgiveness is about releasing the perpetrator, not the victim. But C. Terry Warner’s essay on the difference between the religion of Christ’s Atonement and the religion of the scapegoat penetrates to the heart—only through the lifetime process of forgiveness can we truly understand the love of Christ. No work in freeing our souls is more demanding or more significant than that of forgiveness.
About the Author
Dr. C. Terry Warner holds a Ph.D. from Yale University and is a professor of philosophy at Brigham Young University. He has been a visiting senior member of Linacre College, Oxford University, and in 1979 founded The Arbinger Institute, a widely respected group that devotes itself to helping organizations, families, and individuals. he and his wife, Susan, have ten children.