Constructive Confrontation Initiative
This Spring, MBI is offering an extensive series of activities designed to help us ALL work more effectively to limit the destructiveness associated with today's bitter political confrontations. Please join us.
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|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.|