What Does It Mean to Think No Evil?

This month in our "Year of Charity" we have been exploring the concept of "Charity thinketh no evil." There are so many things I want to say about this topic, but I'm going to just explore one aspect of this idea. One of my favorite books is Bonds That Make Us Free by C. Terry Warner. In the book, Dr. Warner recounts a parable from Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard: "Imagine, he says, two...
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Charity Thinketh No Evil

This month as a part of my “Year of Charity,” I’m exploring “Charity thinketh no evil.” Here are a couple of things I want to consider this month. To me, not thinking evil means wanting the best outcome for all people. In other words, do we ever secretly rejoice when something bad happens to someone we don’t like or someone who has hurt us? Of course, people will suffer the...
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