The Kind of God we always wanted
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS 3
A Following 4
Pilate and Rome 7
The Dilemma 8
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why do we prefer a fight than the possibility of actually using the tools on ground to our favor? Why can’t we ask God for wisdom to seek alternative ways to influence government? This story is about “the kind of God we all want,” it’s about the possible humanity of Christ. The conflicts, the questions he also had. The fact that people’s sentiment could push anyone towards strange paths, most times we end up pursuing our own demise. We make rash statements that do not eventually create any change and the vicious cycle of persecution and ineffective change agent continues. It also points to the possibility that the future may be certain but the path is what remains uncertain, death is an inevitable end.