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1 God Our Lover 1
2 Who Is My Neighbor? 17
3 How Disciplined Are You? 33
4 Going Beyond Tolerance 50
5 The Dark Side of Enmity 66
6 Dare We Care-Front? 81
7 How Forgiving Are We? 97
8 Is Attitude Everything? 112
9 Conflicting Opinions on Wealth 128
10 Outsiders versus Insiders 144
11 Who Will Speak for Children? 158
12 Becoming "a Pray-er" 172
Concluding Thoughts 189
A Twelve-Point Checklist: How to Become a Better Christian 192
Posted June 6, 2009
This is no ivory tower discussion abou the Christian life. It keeps the reader grounded in concrete examples, real=life people, and pertinent questions. The examples span the centuries from Isaiah to Mother Teresa and Sister Dorothy Stang who worked for land refor in Brazil and was murdered in 2005. Hart helps us realize that it is easier to write a check than to accept "outsiders" or look at the "dark side of enmity."
Scripture passages as well as questions are available at the end of each chapter for reflection and especially useful for group discussion. For those of us use to sound bytes, a twelve-point checklist is also available on how to become a better Christian.
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