Posted March o6, 2012
love the “if/then” proposition: “If” you do this, “then” I will do
that; we are inveterate slaves (at worst) or grumpy employees (at best).
We militate against the freedom of inheritance and the dependency of
sonship. We love living as though “what goes around comes around”
conditionality were true. That kind of conditionality makes us feel
safe. It’s easy to comprehend. It’s appropriately formulaic. And best of
all, it keeps us in control. We get to keep our ledgers and scorecards.
The equation: “If I do this, then you are obligated to do that” makes
perfect sense to our grace-shy hearts.
Unconditionality, on the other hand, is incomprehensible. We are deeply conditioned against unconditionality .......CLICK> CONTINUE