forgiveness, atonement, Jewish, morality, punishment


A discussion of the Jewish concept of "Teshuva," which provides the possibility of atonement for wrongdoings. The article explores the process of "Teshuva" in depth and describes its relationship and significance to modern criminal law.

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Criminal Law Commons



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