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comment When we forgive our offenders, does it mean we do not want God to punish them anymore?
This is a brilliant explanation, its that part of differentiating between complete absolution and absolution from punishment for its own sake. I never really got to understand that part. Got a link to some book that expounds on this difference in details?
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accepted When we forgive our offenders, does it mean we do not want God to punish them anymore?
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comment When we forgive our offenders, does it mean we do not want God to punish them anymore?
but what happens to our expectation of justice? does forgiveness imply we let go of any desire for God to deal with them for their actions?
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asked When we forgive our offenders, does it mean we do not want God to punish them anymore?
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