Heracles goes on his twelve labours, not to better mankind, but to achieve immortality and atone for his own sins.
Melissa Holbrook Pierson on a new book that chronicles the strange ways we try to atone for the havoc humans wreak.
We all have a collective responsibility to atone for the actions of the U.S. and Israel in the coming weeks.
These “outsiders” are being invited to atone for their sins by leaving the new state.
You must atone, apologize, and beg forgiveness for the thousands of LGBT lives you have taken.
Have you not spent a lifetime of regret to atone for a moment of folly?
Torquemada could not have done better; but Khalid, it is hoped, will yet atone for his crimes.
Did he think that a few halting words could atone for his cruelty, could dispel the evil he had wrought?
If he had erred, let him at least atone for his error with his blood!
That it is a "holy" city, and that a pilgrimage to its shrine is supposed to atone for sin, are its great interests.