"Repentance is always difficult and not only because we must cross the threshold of self-love but also because our own sins are not easily visible to us." – Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Where does reconciliation have its beginnings? What does it take for rifts to be mended? The Rev. Earl Palmer looks at reconciliation as portrayed in From Under the Rubble by Alexander Solzhenitsyn and The New Testament: Romans 5 and Mathew 5. How similar are Jesus, Paul, and Solzhenitsyns' words when it comes to making changes toward a reconciled world? Where do they differ? Listen to this podcast recorded live at the University of Washington, in Seattle, WA.