"When people can't control you they try to control how people view you." That comment sends Wayne and Kyle on an exploration of the relationship between love and control and wonder about the possibility that love just might be the opposite of control. Is that why God doesn't force humanity to please him? Have you ever been punished by a control freak in your family, place of work, or religious group? Trying to control others forces you to punish them when they won't cooperate, or pretend to be something they are not to fit in. They also take a look at a recent talk by Brian McLaren about purification narratives that are used to scapegoat other people as a tactic many are using to address their anxieties, fear, and shame. Learning to live free of control maybe costly but you can't live in love without it.
- Watch the video recording of this podcast
- The 50 Countries Where It's Hardest to Follow Jesus
- Wayne's Blog: The Last Lesson My Father Taught Me: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
- Brian McClaren Comments on The Purification Narrative