Seeking redemption: Forgiving Lance Armstrong is about you, not him

9:38 AM, Jan. 18, 2013
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Whether you forgive Lance Armstrong for lying about using performing-enhancing drugs is more about you than the once-revered sports hero.

Now stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and an Olympic bronze medal, Armstrong faces one of the lowest points of his professional cycling career as the world tunes in tonight for the second part of his confessional-style interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Those upset with Armstrong question his motives for agreeing to the interview with the talk show host. But local pastors and professors who teach and study absolution say forgiving Armstrong has ...

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