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Repentance and Reconciliation in Scripture

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“And God Saw Their Deeds”: Biblical Repentance in Action (and Less So in Feeling)

The modern tendency toward inwardness makes it more difficult to grasp the substance of biblical repentance, which does insist upon actions.

Part of the Repentance and Reconciliation in Scripture series

Rachael Denhollander

What Does Reconciliation Mean for Sexual Abuse Survivors? (Rachael and Jacob Denhollander)

This week, Rachael and Jacob Denhollander joined the podcast to discuss what reconciliation and restoration can look like following horrific…

Part of the Repentance and Reconciliation in Scripture series

Nahum and Reconciliation

Extreme Violence, Nahum, and Reconciliation in the Congo (Jacob Onyumbe Wenyi)

Dr. Onyumbe Wenyi explains how the violence in the book of Nahum connects directly to the experiences of people in the Congo.

Part of the Repentance and Reconciliation in Scripture series

Reconciliation

What Biblical Racial Reconciliation Actually Looks Like (Anthony Bradley)

Reconciliation in practice involves local communities acknowledging the wrongs of their particular pasts and figuring out how to move forward—…

Part of the Repentance and Reconciliation in Scripture series

Forgiveness in the Bible

No One Asks for Forgiveness in the Bible? (Joshua Berman)

People don’t ask for or grant forgiveness in the Bible—at least, not in the way modern people are familiar with.

Part of the Repentance and Reconciliation in Scripture series