Analysis Of The Book ' Ordinary Grace, By William Kent Krueger, And Destiny Of The Republic

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Faith and Forgiveness In FYS we were taught many ways to live in the world through the stories we read, speeches we listen to, and the projects we did. In the book, Ordinary Grace, by William Kent Krueger, The Chosen, by Chaim Potok, and Destiny of The Republic, by Candice Millard, I saw a few prominent themes of how one should live. In these three books I learned about the author 's voice through their writings. I saw how one should live their life. In these books the authors shared common themes through their writings. The authors showed how to live life with forgiveness and live life with faith. Krueger and Potok both showed me through their novels how to forgive someone and they did this by showing that there is a bigger picture in life. Both of these authors also showed faith in their writings, incorporating faith in everyday life makes one a better person. These authors did not just show forgiveness and faith separate, but they both incorporated these two themes together. Through the reading of these books, I understand how faith and forgiveness intertwine with each other. Living with faith and forgiveness allows for one to live a more sound and purposeful life. Ordinary Grace, by William Kent Krueger had many instances of faith and forgiveness present. A character that I saw living his life possessing both of these traits was Nathan. Throughout the book I saw Nathan been tested time and time again and he held his faith in all of these instances. An example of…

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