I just finished listening to your beautiful testimony online and am amazed at the ripple effect of the work of God in your family in bringing about restoration of relationships and salvation to so many family members. Unlike your situation, my family decided to get even more deeper into the Hindu religion after I turned to Christ. They feel convinced that the forgiveness in Christianity is not any better than the forgiveness they practice as Hindus. In practice, I do see them offer forgiveness, acknowledge that forgiveness has a divine source and they also try to forgive the unrepentant as they are aware of the negative emotional impact of unforgiveness. Forgiveness for Christians is based on the justice fulfilled on the Cross and the forgiveness we have received in Christ. For them, it is based on the belief that Krishna cancels karma for the repentant and gives forgiveness. They say the whole purpose of God’s wrath or justice must be to bring people to repentance and that a loving God will accept a repentant heart even if he or she didn’t know about Jesus. How can I set apart forgiveness offered in Christ for my family? Can non-Christians forgive the same way as Christians in practice, just by believing that God is the source of forgiveness without understanding the Cross? Appreciate your thoughts on this. Much thanks!