Jackie Hill Perry and Jen Pollock Michel discuss how Christians should respond to cultural outrage. In their conversation, they discuss:

  • The expectation of outrage against the offensive claims of the Bible.
  • The need to differentiate between righteous outrage and emotional response.
  • The need to temper our language and aggression when handling disagreement.
  • The need to be slow to anger and quick to love when addressing outrage.
  • The rightful place of outrage that fights injustice—to hate what God hates.
  • The need to learn from other believers how to be outraged over the right things.

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