Who Was It Who Said: “To Err Is Human, to Forgive Divine?” [Quote - 124]

Published Categorised as Quote-Unquote, Quote-Unquote – Book II (101-200)

“Giving human beings the power to forgive the sins and excesses of other human beings just like themselves is a little bit like one fox asking another fox first to guard the henhouse during the night and then the next morning sitting in judgment on the guilt or innocence of that fox.

What a world would that make! And that is precisely the world that we have built today.

We have created a world in which we as human beings arrogate to ourselves powers that truly belong to God – the power to forgive sinners.

The result is a world in which sin thrives; culprits go unpunished; and victims have nowhere to turn to for redress of their grievances.” (Dr. Pasha)

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