*The phrase "To err is human; to forgive, divine" originally appeared in a poem written in 1711 by the English poet Alexander Pope titled "An Essay on Criticism, Part II." As with many other sayings that have made it into everyday use (e.g., "God helps those who help themselves."), it is sometimes mistaken for a Bible verse. Since the overriding theme of this novel is forgiveness, I thought it would be an appropriate title--almost everyone has heard the phrase "To err is human; to forgive, divine" at some point in their lives. Watch forgiveness transform lives in To Forgive, Divine.