Reset by David Murray, Free for CAPC Members
Reset is an excellent example of taking the fruits of common grace psychology and integrating them into a practical theology for Christians.
Each week the news seems to deliver yet another story about sexual harassment, assault, or abuse. The magnitude of accounts only confirms what victims already know: the weakest in the world are at risk when the worst among us are given power without accountability. But it’s not just those with power that keep corrupt systems in place. We all contribute to the culture when we refuse to listen to those who have been hurt and refuse to hold perpetrators to account for their monstrous acts. Is there hope for changing this culture of abuse and assault?
In this episode of Persuasion, Erin Straza invites Christ and Pop Culture staff writer Abby Perry to discuss if we can change the culture of abuse and how to go about it. Key to the conversation is the way we listen to victims and horrific stories, as well as how we practice and model repentance. Our ability to face the worst in the world—and in ourselves—is the first step in making the world a life-giving place for us all. Learn about all this and more, and then continue the conversation on Twitter @PersuasionCAPC or in the CAPC members-only community on Facebook.
Links from the show:
Learning to Listen to #ChurchToo, Christ and Pop Culture.com
The Church Needs a Masterclass in How to Apologize for Sexual Assault, Christ and Pop Culture.com
Theme music by Maiden Name.
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