Sunday, January 22, 2012
In The Presence of Fear
I thought that the best passage was passage XVII that says, "In a time such as this, we have been seriously and most cruelly hurt by those who hate us, and when we must consider ourselves to be greatly threatened by those same people, it is hard to speak the ways of peace and to remember that Christ enjoined us to love our enemies, but this is no less necessary for being difficult." I liked this because his point of having war in order to end war is really what a lot of people believes needs to happen for peace. That is not true because no matter how much people hurt us or try to be our enemies we should still love them and not fight.