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Let's Change the Rhetoric!!
The rhetoric is too high ... too nasty. Christians, whatever your political persuasion, Christians need prayer at this time.
How can we, as Christians, assist to fix this increasing hostility? Or do you think the expressed differences will pressure our leaders to act in some way?
From a different perspective. Conflicts in Caperston mimic some challenges found throughout the world today. The stratification of haves and have-nots is increasing, particularly in America. The rich get richer and the poor ... ???
The movement in Caperston, led by Zester, to label the mountain people as less than equals, led to the violence in their society? What do you think we
can learn from Caperston's trials and tribulations?
Did not inequality lead to the massacre on the highway?(http://christianteensactivities.org/newstoryApril2014.php)
Did not impatience lead to the martyrdom of Dustin? (http://christianteensactivities.org/NewstoryMay2014.php)
A recent comment from Alex: "Wouldn't it be nice to just forget the past and move on with a future of hope. However, we live in a world too separated by people with big differences of opinions. We can agree to differ but there is too much anger from extreme people on the 'left' and the 'right'.
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