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November 25, 2012 | By Emily Alpert
From bloodshed in Gaza to forgiveness in Myanmar, here are five stories you shouldn't miss from this past week in global news: Brazil education standards contribute to learning crisis In Myanmar, returning exiles show capacity for forgiveness China dissident Ai Weiwei basks in his relative liberty Middle East shifts may weaken Iran's influence with Palestinians Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi walks tightrope in...
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OPINION
January 24, 1993
In his "parable" Michener mentions that God forgave King David. He does not mention that David repented his sins and confessed them to God before forgiveness was given. Bill Clinton to date has not confessed or repented of anything (except to rescind his campaign promises). GREGG STOCKDALE San Dimas
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1985
"Right Is Wrong on Romania" (Editorial Pages, July 25) seems to miss the point on Romania's "most-favored-nation" status: Its foreign debt. Without that status Romania would be unable to pay interest on its dollar loans, a thing nobody here wants to happen. So Ceausescu's "despotic, Stalinist-style government that represses its own people" is forgiven. If not to forgive is associated with "Neanderthal views", what are the views held by the writer? The "small degree of leverage" the United States has on their policies is non-existent, according to David Funderburk, and cannot justify forgiveness.
SPORTS
July 8, 1989
Pete Rose is making things harder on himself by continuing to deny he bet on baseball despite seemingly overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Rose should admit he has a gambling problem and ask the American public for forgiveness. The outpouring of sympathy and support for him would place far greater pressure on Bart Giamatti than any court could do. SKIP USEN Canoga Park
SPORTS
May 2, 2013 | By Houston Mitchell
Former Green Bay Packers safety LeRoy Butler says a church he was scheduled to speak at canceled his appearance after Butler sent out a tweet in support of Jason Collins, the NBA player who said earlier this week that he was gay. According to Butler, not long after sending the following tweet: "Congrats to Jason Collins", Butler got a call from a member of the church and was told the church would cancel his presentation unless he removed the tweet,...
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 24, 2012 | By Phil Willon, Los Angeles Times
HESPERIA - Worried that her daughter may be on drugs, or worse, Angelica Aquirre did what any parent of a rebellious 13-year-old might do. She cracked down, set a curfew and thought about moving closer to her family in Mexico. Now a distraught Aquirre is left wondering whether she was too harsh. Her daughter on Wednesday was in a juvenile detention facility in Apple Valley, accused of hatching a murder plot with two of her middle school friends. The target: her mother. "I don't know what to say. I just can't believe it," Aquirre said, weeping as she sat at a kitchen table in the family's tiny mobile home, a framed picture of Jesus on the wall.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 26, 2000
Times religion writer Larry Stammer presents an interesting case for viewing Judas as a collaborator with Jesus in the events leading to the crucifixion, rather than as his betrayer ('New Look at Ancient Betrayer," April 21). Some might see this as a way of resurrecting the reputation of Judas, appropriately at Easter. If Judas was a friend of Jesus rather than his betrayer, it makes his final act one of nobility rather than treachery. However, in this case, Judas no longer stands as a symbol of hope for those who desperately need the grace of forgiveness, a point which I make in my book, "The Gospel According to Judas: Is There a Limit to God's Forgiveness?
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