The Struggle to Say ‘I’m Sorry’ in Public | + Opinion

Why we have a hard time saying we were unequivocally wrong. Source: The Struggle to Say ‘I’m Sorry’ in Public + In some cases people hesitate to apologize out of fear for repercussions. If we lived in a perfect, loving world where we forgave and transgressors willingly compensated for their sins, then saying sorry would… Read More The Struggle to Say ‘I’m Sorry’ in Public | + Opinion

Larry Hurtado Writes about the “Worship” of Jesus. But What Does that Mean? | Kermit Zarley | +

“. . . . In some sense, we may think Jesus was worshiped within the earliest years after his crucifixion, but the question is what sort of worship it is. It is questionable that Jesus was given the same degree of worship as God. Whatever title or characteristics were given to Jesus in Paul’s letters… Read More Larry Hurtado Writes about the “Worship” of Jesus. But What Does that Mean? | Kermit Zarley | +

Having Empathy Doesn’t Mean That You Also Have Compassion! – Mad In America

Some of the most highly empathic people I’ve ever known have been con artists, grifters, remorseless masterful liars, and heartless predators of every kind. Source: Having Empathy Doesn’t Mean That You Also Have Compassion! – Mad In America Comment – Yes, I had a professor like this. He seemed to know things but was cold… Read More Having Empathy Doesn’t Mean That You Also Have Compassion! – Mad In America