L.T. Greer

L.T. Greer


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“We are, all of us, far worse than merely ‘unsafe.’”

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Rachael Starke writing on sexual assault: a problem that crosses centuries” for Fathom:

Allard sees humanity, especially as influenced by culture, as unsafe.” But the Christian worldview disagrees—the problem with Allard’s diagnosis is not that it’s too dark, but that it’s not dark enough. We are, all of us, far worse than merely unsafe.” We are capable of sheer evil. But just as Christians believe the human problem is far greater, we believe just as strongly that an answer for our problem exists, one with power to not just make safe, but to make us truly good.

Few characters in the Old Testament exemplify this hope better than Boaz.