On p. 9: What does the author mean when he says, "Choosing not to take offense is not simply about ignoring wrongs?
On p. 10: Whats your response to "Yes, there is right and wrong?"
On pg. 10: What does the author mean by "fuzzy-minded relativism" and "self righteous religiosity"?
On p. 10 Do you agree that "we like to think people are worse than ourselves"?
On p. 10 Where does Yeshua say that to hate someone is equivalent to murder?
Are we aware of Yeshua's teaching on calling our brother/sister an idiot? Where is it?
On p. 12: Anger is always __________ not _____________.
On p 14: What is your response to "Father forgive them, they don't know what that are doing" approach to peoples offensive, spiteful, or hurtful behavior.
On p. 14: What do you think about the authors point about how little we actually know people and why they do what they do? Do we truly know what is in someone else's heart? His conclusion is that we simply can't trust ourselves in the judgement of others.
On p. 15: How about deflating our own anger before it takes hold?
On p, 16: How about choosing ahead of time that we are just not going to get offended by people?