Tag Archives: Confession

Replacing Repentance with Apologies

[Today’s guest post from Martha Burton examines the distinction between apologies and repentance, and why it makes all the difference in the world.] I have never liked receiving apologies from people. In fact, on a deeper level I can honestly say … Continue reading

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Our Need For Forgiveness – it might be different than you think

Aimee Byrd asked a good question in a comment on one of my posts last week. I’d written about one church’s odd practice of requiring people to seek forgiveness for their own sins and for “ancestral sins”, i.e., sins committed by their … Continue reading

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