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We would be hard pressed to imagine a God whose love is anything but kind, generous, empathic, and welcoming. No doubt, we know he hates injustice, arrogance, abuse, and any number of other social or personal ills we might easily name. But we are not as seamlessly able—or willing—to imagine that God would ever say “No,” as an explicit function of his loving us… more >
One wouldn’t blame you for wondering what Nazareth or the kingdom of God have to do with neuroplasticity. But after spending only a few days here, I am beginning to connect the dots… more >
If so much goodness and beauty initially emerge in the places we first learn how to learn, it would be just like evil to use shame as actively as possible in those very venues. If in the home, church, and school, we are trying to form people into artisans of all kinds, it only makes sense that shame will not be far behind in the educational process. What are we to do? more >