We take a slight rabbit trail on Easter (May 2, 2021 for the Eastern Orthodox) from discussing nonviolent action. I look at the Bible's call for the Christian to suffer and how modern Christians have thrown that off in a variety of ways. I ask how this dismissal of our suffering undercuts our ability to ask other groups to suffer and bear up under their circumstances.
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