Childhood Trauma, Social Justice and The Tragedy of Guilt Transference

I'm of the opinion that the culture we find ourselves in, the culture of social justice "warriors," snowflakes, safe spaces, gender sensitivity training, "perceived" realities, and "felt needs," is often, but not always, the result of one group of people (call them the "victim group," or VG) who in their childhood years were, in some … Continue reading Childhood Trauma, Social Justice and The Tragedy of Guilt Transference

Surviving Suffering – Part II: In the Morning When I Rise…

In my last post I discussed some ways to handle suffering in the Christian life. There I discussed the kinds of people, places, and things we should surround ourselves with when experiencing hard instances of pain and serious suffering. Here, I want to consider more carefully the idea of time as it applies to our … Continue reading Surviving Suffering – Part II: In the Morning When I Rise…