Forgive and Forget: Healing the Hurts We Don't Deserve by Lewis B. SmedesFor all of us who have been wounded by another and struggled to understand and move beyond our feelings of hurt and anger, Lewis Smedes's classic book on forgiveness shows that it is possible to heal our pain and find room in our hearts to forgive. Breaking down the process of healing into four stages and offering stories of real people's experience throughout, this wise book provides hope and solace for all who long for the peace that comes with forgiveness. This classic is now available in an updated paperback PLUS edition with a reader's guide and other bonus materials. Lewis B. Smedes was a renowned author, ethicist, and theologian.
Forgive and Forget: Healing the Hurts We Don't Deserve
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L ewis B. Smedes, year-old professor emeritus of theology and ethics at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, California, died December 19 from complications after a fall at his home in Sierra Madre, a nearby suburb. More than one of his former students has said that while his class lectures were unforgettable, it was worth coming to class just to hear his opening prayer. Smedes, whose book Forgive and Forget has sold hundreds of thousands of copies, had an "irenic personality" that could be "open" to readers "without compromising principles," according to John Loudon, executive editor of Harper SanFrancisco, which published that work and several others by Smedes. This fall, Smedes finished a spiritual memoir, titled, My God and I , which Eerdmans will publish in the spring of