Instead of hate crime and thought crime, try Christianity as a way of changing human nature.

The bullet holes in the wall stirred a memory. 

 

They had left the building in front of me pock marked and scarred. I was in Croatia last week for a conference of European Anglican bishops and memories of the Serbo-Croatian conflict of 1991-94 littered the towns.  It wasn’t clear if they had left the buildings with the scars of the war as a tribute to the suffering, or if they just didn’t have enough money to repair them. Continue reading “Instead of hate crime and thought crime, try Christianity as a way of changing human nature.”

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