Paperback version of Dr. Bill Senyard’s groundbreaking and popular book on what the Bible actually says about how to forgive people who have hurt us. 171 pages. Very readable. It tracks the nine stations of The Forgiving Path. Very helpful resource. What What are people saying about Fair Forgiveness?
“If you think you’ve heard everything there is to know about forgiveness…guess again.”
—Michael J. Klassen, author of Strange Fire, Holy Fire.
“…A practical intervention to help people forgive. The approach is both personal and experiential, and many people will be blessed by it. I recommend it. It will enhance your experience of forgiving.”
—International forgiveness expert Dr. Everett L. Worthington, Jr., Author of Forgiving and Reconciling and Moving Forward: Six Steps to Forgiving Yourself and Breaking Free from the Past.
“Fair Forgiveness allows readers to experience first-hand the critical link between justice and forgiveness, and then carefully shows them how to forgive otherwise unforgivable wrongs. Share this book with everyone you know. It’s that profound and life-changing.”
—David Sanford, author of If God Disappears and executive editor of Holy Bible: Mosaic.
“I believe that Christian forgiveness is so broadly and harmfully misunderstood that I have great hope that this book can change the world.”
—Eric Protzman, Young Life.
“This book has been so powerful for me in a much needed God intervention in my life…forgiveness was such a huge issue in my marriage of 47yrs.(.a broken one at that)..having my “day in court”was so freeing because I was “being heard”…The other wonderful thing was that it gave me a deeper insight into the character of God and all that Jesus did in forgiving the “defendant” and the “plaintiff” alike..His grace reaches out to all …amazing God we have!!….by far the best book I’ve ever read on forgiveness “(and I have read quite some!!)would recommend to anyone with issues of forgiveness.” —Linda Cochran
“I highly recommend Fair Forgiveness! I promise you will not look at forgiveness the same way after reading this book. The power of this book is that it is based on sound theological doctrine but is easily accessible by any reader (Christian or not). Too often we have been told that we must forgive because that’s what Jesus did and in the process give up our rights to honor, dignity, and Justice. However, God never forgave in this way. He offers forgiveness only after the crime has been paid for and He offers victims full restoration and honor. It is only then that true forgiveness and reconciliation can take place. If you have ever felt diminished and like a victim, and who hasn’t, then this book is for you. This book will lead you on a path to finally receive the honor that is due you and to be able to offer true forgiveness.” —Jon Gindhart
“Hard to believe there could be anything “new” on a topic this old, but this book truly is just that. It’s real, it’s hands on, and it’s honest with the topic. And, best of all, it’s Biblically based. We are using this in a small group of people with some seriously bad past events in their lives (rape, incest, marital abuse, etc), and this book is breaking chains they have had on them for years. It’s well suited for a small group, and also can be used for a powerful afternoon or evening once you understand “the stations” and how to set them up. Can’t say enough good about this one.” —lbp
“[Our small group] is walking the book ‘Fair Forgiveness’ by Bill Senyard. It has been close to, if not revolutionary to each of us in our group. He breaks down the process of forgiveness, the need for justice to be served, debts to be settled, restoration to be received, and how the source and power of such things is presiding…..I recommend getting this book and forming a group to walk through it together….it’s life changing! —Rae Cronk
“Our ladies group is doing this study. As the leader, this study is very easy to prepare for and lead. Everything you need is in the book, and is taken from the Bible, and is just sharing the TRUTH! We are on Station 7, many transformations so far, excited to see how God moves through the upcoming Stations.” —Karen Gindhart