4.3 Why do some people get away with doing really bad stuff?
What points gave you new insight to this topic?
What ideas caught your attention in this episode?
What did you have a strong reaction to?
What surprised you?
What’s new for you?
What points reinforced your own understanding about this topic?
What do you have questions about?
“Christianity says something different: that even the most horrendous acts of injustice here will be met with an unfathomable, transformative love." (Peter Kline) If this is what awaits us, how might that influence matters of conflict here and now?
What is the difference between justice and forgiveness?
Identify an area of human life where you see people getting away with bad stuff?
Identify what needs to be done or said in that situation to transform it.
Who could do this, what might we \do now that could influence that situation for good?
In understandings about Karma, it seems there are penalties built into our existence for doing the wrong thing. Does Christianity have penalties?