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Dr. Arch Hart

Host: Dr. James Dobson

August 12, 2021

When people hurt us, our sinful instinct is to hurt them back. But on today's edition of Family Talk, the late Dr. Arch Hart says, "Forgiveness is giving up my right to hurt you for hurting me." The former dean of the School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary warns that if we don't forgive, we foolishly allow resentment to fester. And resentment is a cancer of the emotions that can destroy us! The key to forgiving someone is to remember God's unfathomable forgiveness of our own sin.

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Dr. Arch Hart

Dr. Archibald Hart was a retired clinical psychologist and board-certified diplomate fellow in psychopharmacology. He was best known for his research on the hazards of ministry, depression, anxiety, divorce, and stress. Dr. Hart served as dean emeritus and professor emeritus at the School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary, and was the author of over 35 books including Safe Haven Marriage and The Digital Invasion: How Technology is Shaping You and Your Relationships. He was one of the early advocates and developers of the field now known as Christian Psychology, and made significant contributions to the professions of Christian counseling. Dr. Hart passed on July 18, 2021, following his wife, Kathleen, who passed on June 29, 2021. They are survived by their three daughters, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

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