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Mar 22, 2018

What Is The Real Problem

Darin and Hans talk about how the issue of gun control as hidden what the real question needs to be in America. With people, there should always be one question and one target; the heart. 

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    Jac

    You need to change the blurb at the top! I thought "not another foray into (crazy) American politics". (Sorry but not American.) So I was pleasantly surprised when I actually listened. I call what you are talking about "empathy". And I say it is the greatest loss in the modern day thinking, both secular and Christian. As a churchgoer for many years (not going now - another story) I often found myself on the outer for empathising with people who were on the outer for some reason or other. I don't set myself up as an expert at this, but I did try. I found it hardesr to empathise with people who were cruel, controlling and heartless towards others, but even they are coming from some inner hurt or fear. I even suspect (when I am struggling to identify as a Christian - I really have no settled identity in my thinking these days) that Jesus maybe came to empathise with us by living as one of us even experiencing rejection and cruel death to say, "hey,I know what you are going through".

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    Jac

    I wonder if we are on the wrong track with "atonement doctrine" with its many variations. The most comforting thought I have in all my heartache is not that he died for me but he weeps with me. I know that is a bit out there...

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    David Brncik

    This is really awesome. I think there is a scripture in the bible that says you are the God that sees me. El Roi The God who sees me.

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    David Brncik

    This is really awesome. I think there is a scripture in the bible that says you are the God that sees me. El Roi The God who sees me.

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