Forgiveness In The Crucible

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Forgiveness is hard to obtain when one has sinned and it must be earned through redemption.Throughout the Crucible, many characters have sinned and ask for forgiveness, but not many of them truly deserve it. Sadly, those in the play who do deserve forgiveness, don’t always get it.Forgiveness in itself, must be earned, but some sins are too heavy to be forgiven. Adultery, or cheating, is a sin that is weighed differently from person to person and varies on circumstance as well. For example, John Proctor cheated on his wife with young Abigail, but when accused, he confessed and tried to redeem himself. John Proctor should have been forgiven because he worked hard to redeem himself and felt thoroughly remorseful for what he had