In the age of castles and fortresses, a young boy was born inside a great castle. Nathan was raised with the belief that the castle inside of which he lived was absolutely impregnable from all attacks. As a young boy walking around the walls and noting how thick and tall they were, he could well believe that absolute truth.
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Which group do you identify most with in this story? Why? What do you think it will take for all of us under the banner of Christianity to fight less and listen more?
We've been discussing this article on The Ooze, and I thought it would be an interesting topic for this blog as well. In that thread I brought up a group of people that the author seemed to miss:
Those of us who leave the castle and don't return with a cannon. Some of us are very happy to wander in the woods especially when the fighting grows more fierce than usual.
Looking forward to your thoughts on this topic.