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Commentary: Not all sexual misdeeds are unforgivable

The current flood of sexual harassment allegations have toppled - deservedly - high-powered businessmen, accomplished actors and seasoned politicians. One aspect of legitimately bringing sexual harassers to light, however, has been overlooked: the ability to forgive genuinely repentant wrongdoers.

It's perhaps unusual that a Jew, let alone a rabbi, would quote Christian Scripture, but the message found in Matthew 6:14 couldn't be more relevant: "If you forgive other people when they sin

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