Embodying Forgiveness: A Theological Analysis
L. Gregory Jones
A topic unjustly neglected in contemporary theology, forgiveness is often taken to be either too easy or too difficult. On the one hand is the conception of forgiveness that views it mainly as a move made for the well-being of the forgiver. On the other hand, forgiveness is sometimes made too difficult by suggestions that violence is the only effective force for responding to injustice.
Rosie Perera commented
Thanks! This is now in pre-pub.
Thanks for the suggestion Rosie, we'll look into making this available.