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Is it really Christian?
Comment by Juli - 26 Jun 2007

A very good concise answer, Frank and Mary, though I suspect this person will either have further questions or dismiss what you say entirely. I admire your steadfast work in trying to turn the hearts and minds of Christians who believe killing is the will of God. I can't imagine how that concept ever became so popular, except that it's a case of people who indeed not only live in the world, but are also of the world.

I don't know how many among us have felt this, but I have spent my life, even as a child, with a vague sense of being misplaced, or not being quite at home. I wonder if that's the result of having an innate sense of not being of the world, yet not knowing how or why one possesses that innate sense.

Anyway, blessings to you, and do let us know if there's any follow-up with the correspondence!


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