Forgiving the Unforgivable

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Gospel Light, Apr 8, 2005 - Religion - 152 pages
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Forgiveness is an essential part of being a Christian. But what do we do when confronted with the unforgivable-an act that shakes our moral foundations to their roots, often committed by someone trusted and loved?

Murder, sexual abuse, adultery-all leave lifelong wounds and all are unforgivable trespasses that through the grace of God can be forgiven. Dr. David Stoop compassionately guides us along the course of heartfelt forgiveness, freeing us to apply the biblical teachings that have already changed thousands of lives.

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User Review  - rpdan - LibraryThing

"Forgiving the Unforgivable" is a simple little book dealing with a painful and complex problem - forgiving when forgiveness seems impossible. There are a variety of reasons forgiveness may seem out ... Read full review

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This was an excellent book. It covered the subject of forgiveness thoroughly and gave a lot of food for thought. Read full review

About the author (2005)

Dr. David Stoop | Newport Beach, CA
David is the founder and director of the Center for Family Therapy. He is the author of more than 25 books, including Forgiving Our Parents, Forgiving Ourselves. David and his wife Jan, have coauthored books, lead worldwide seminars and retreats on topics such as marital relationships, parenting, menís issues, fathering and forgiveness. They have three sons and five wonderful grandchildren.

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