Apology and Forgiveness

 

Roy Lewicki talks about trust-building and the role of apology.
Mark Amstutz, a professor at Wheaton College, assesses the possibility of forgiveness across different religious denominations.
Mark Amstutz, a professor at Wheaton College, explains the motivation behind his book, The Healing of Nations, which explores the possibilities of forgiveness after a history of human rights abuses.
Dennis Sandole explains that people sometimes hold onto the past because they haven't had a chance to grieve, nor have they received an apology. Rather they receive blame for causing the problem.
Mark Amstutz, a professor at Wheaton College, describes the nature and importance of forgiveness after a history of human rights abuses.
Julia Chaitin says listening to "the others'" stories can be difficult, but valuable.