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Denise Riley. Forgiveness in the Seeds of the Soul. This was remarkably forgettable. Reading it was like listening to an earnest, chatty seat neighbour on a long flight, who was obviously really well-meaning, but never really says anything. Dec 30, Alex rated it it was ok Shelves: christian-protestant. I appreciate the writing style and the thoughtful and pointed questions he gives humanity, but I think this book left a lot to be desired. It could have used a lot more clarity and purpose.
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