Forgiveness


Guests:
Craig Sincock
*Chief Warrant Officer 1, The Pentagon
*Lost His Wife on 9/11 in the Pentagon Attack

Peter and Linda Biehl
*Parents of Amy Biehl, Fulbright scholar who was killed in South Africa at age 26
*Founders, Amy Biehl Foundation

Robert Enright
*President, International Forgiveness Institute and Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison
*Author of several books most recently, Forgiveness is a Choice (APA, 2001)

We're in the midst of a season marked by acts of generosity and good will. But should that good will extend to people who have hurt us? Some say it should — and that the act of forgiving is the best gift you can give yourself. But, is every evil act forgivable? On the next Talk of the Nation, join Neal Conan as he explores the act of forgiving.

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