I don't see that Keyes' actions necessarily preclude forgiveness toward his daughter. You can remove privileges (which all of those discussed in the article are) without it resulting from anger and unforgiveness. Of course, we don't have enough information to tell, but my guess is that this situation reached another stage that Mr. Keyes, as a father, decided required more drastic action. Heck, he might even be dead wrong...sometimes them Chreestyuns just plain blow it. Fortunately, when this Chreestyun blows it, it doesn't become front page news that folks use to discredit any stance I've ever taken, but Keyes is in the limelight, so that's the way it goes.