As a Pentecostal, I am familiar with revival language. It is common practice in my sphere to seek or pray…
Ecclesiastes delivers a message of joy into our lives in a world storm-tossed by vanities.
To understand empathy’s limits, let’s turn to ancient Hebraic insights about empathy, which receive support from modern neuroscience.
What do the Scriptures, especially the Hebrew Bible, have to say about the nature of traumatic events, and the lives of survivors coping with trauma? What does living well and wisely—positive coping—look like in the wake of horrific suffering?
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