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Identificational Repentance

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Identificational Repentance differs from repentance in general in that it has nothing to do with salvation. Rather, it deals with the effects past sins (usually from past generations) still have today. It is based on the biblical examples of Nehemiaj 9 and Daniel 9 where we find long confessions of the sins of the fathers, with the assertion "We and our fathers have sinned". It is usually part of initiatives of reconciliation. (Read more)




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