|Leeming, Kathryn Madden, Stanton Marlan, Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion: L-Z 2009 , p||2007 Christianity — a guide for the perplexed|
|Concept of a person taking action to correct previous wrongdoing Atonement also atoning, to atone is the concept of a person taking to correct previous on their part, either through direct action to undo the consequences of that act, equivalent action to do good for others, or some other expression of feelings of|
Restoring integrity is the primary tenet of Landmark Education [.
|To wit, God sustains the|
|Renegade Gospel, The Jesus Manifold||It's not an accident that AA's 12 step program includes making amends to anyone we may have wronged|
|, in western , describes beliefs that human beings can be reconciled to through 's sacrificial suffering and||This is how we restore integrity|
|Weiner, Handbook of Psychology, Personality and Social Psychology 2003 , p||In law and society [ ] In the , the concept of atonement plays an important role with respect to , where it is considered one of the primary goals of criminal rehabilitation|
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