What are the main differences (if any) between the understanding of forgiveness in the christian and jewish traditions?
In Matthew 5:23 Jesus tells his audience that going to ask for forgiveness is (also) the responsibility of the offender. And in Matthew 18:15-17 the recommendation is (in the reverse situation) to go to the offender with witnesses. In this question
I read something similar. Are there any fundamental differences in the two traditions, in relation to resolving personal conflicts, or do both reach back to the passage in Deuteronomy (that states a matter is settled through two or three witnesses)?