How can we forgive?
by Texan2 on May 3, 2012The first 1/3 of the book is what happened in the life of Simon Wiesenthal, the author, during WWII. It is presented in such a way that the reader has the feeling of being there but "filtered"so as not to receive the full horror of that time.
Wiesenthal invited a variety of notables to give their opinions of his quandry. It was impossible for me to skip even one.
It is a good study in what is forgiveness and how are we to forgive.
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