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Episode Info: lpful resources on grief. cct.biola.edu/grief21:16—On unjust interrogations, rage, and enemy love. 24:00—“Love of enemy is the fundamental Christian command. You take love of enemy out of Christian faith, you un-Christian Christian. There cannot be Christian faith without love of enemy. That's, I think, at the foundation, not as a moralizing stance but as a character of God and therefore as a demand and as an opportunity for us as human beings.” 25:06—On forgiveness and reconciliation. 27:04—Created in the image of exclusion: on being formed by and treating others with exclusion. 30:22—On the self and the other. “Open to the other means open to interactive exchanges with the other, which change you in the process of engaging the other.” 32:13—“This is a story of our lives at varieties of levels. I think this kind of openness to the other, this kind of sense of sturdy self that can change and yet remain itself is what we need to nurture, which is just a different way of saying of being lovingly open to another and finding one's identity in love toward the other.” 33:59—On reconciliation, memory, and suffering. 33:59—“Memory is central to forgiveness because forgiveness concerns the past” 36:11—“There is a tendency to being completely absorbed by suffering, to think that the entirety of the identity of the perpetrator consists in having inflicted suffering on you, that the entirety of your own identity consists in having suffered that injury.” 37:52—On the cross as communion for both perpetrators and victims. 39:34—On suffering, abandonment, and hope. 41:26—“There is no intellectually compelling answer to the experience of living either on Friday or on Saturday. We have to live it through, and it's only at the end of our lives and of the history that the story can be told in such a way that the suffering has not been fully senseless. I believe that that's part of Christian faith and Christian hope, Christian living with non‑understanding in the midst of suffering in which one finds oneself, in the hope that despite my non‑understanding, God is present and will lead me through the suffering to Resurrection.” Credits Hosted and produced by Evan Rosa A resource of the Biola University Center for Christian Thought, which is sponsored by generous grants from the John Templeton Foundation, Templeton Religion Trust, and The Blankemeyer Foundation Theme music by The Brilliance Production and Engineering by the Narrativo Group. More info at Narrativogroup.com Edited and mixed by TJ Hester Production Assistance by Kaleb Cohen Follow: @EvanSubRosa / @BiolaCCT / cct.biola.edu ...
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