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September 2006

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In this issue of The Baptist Pietist Clarion, Wayne Roberts, Terri Hansen, Laura Gilbertson, and G.W. Carlson each contemplated the importance of forgiveness. (Hansen and GW also compiled a brief bibliography suggesting further reading on forgiveness.) That was also the theme of reprinted pieces from earlier writers in the Baptist Pietist tradition: John Alexis Edgren, Signe Olson Peterson, Karl Karlson, and Gordon Johnson.

In addition, Ron Saari drew on Galatians 5 to illustrate the importance of religious liberty and soul liberty for Baptists and other Christians, and Bethel Seminary church historian Chris Armstrong offered the first of his contributions on Pietism.

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CONTENTS

  • Wayne Roberts, “The Cost of Not Forgetting”
  • Terri L. Hansen, “Forgiveness: Truly Divine!”
  • Chris Armstrong, “Pietist Values: A Summary”
  • Laura Gilbertson, “Ubuntu and Forgiveness: Lessons from South Africa”
  • G. William Carlson and Diana Magnuson, “God’s Gift of Forgiveness: An Evangelistic Tract of John Alexis Edgren”
  • John Alexis Edgren, “On the Sea of Life”
  • “‘Forgive’: The Pietist Poetry of Signe Olson Peterson”
  • “Christians as Forgiven People: Karl Karlson on The Lord’s Prayer
  • Ron W. Saari, “Christian Freedoms Baptists Value: Religious Liberty and Soul Liberty – Galatians 5:1, 13-14”
  • “Living as Forgiven People: Prayers of Gordon Johnson”
  • G. William Carlson, “Living as Forgiven People: Ten Principles of Authentic Forgiveness”
  • G. William Carlson and Terri Hansen, “Forgiven and Forgiving People: A Selective Bibliography”
  • “New Books by BGC and Bethel Authors”
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