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    by Stan Mast
    The intermingling of God’s toughness and tenderness, his love and the violence that fills the Bible, challenges our faith and tempts us to shave off the rough edges of Scripture. How can a loving God be so violent? I was helped a bit with this issue when I saw the movie, “Taken,” starring Liam Neeson. It is an exceedingly violent film about an ex-CIA agent with a “special set of skills,” whose lovely but foolish teenage daughter is kidnapped by sex traffickers while she was on vacation in Europe. When the girl drops her phone on which she has been talking with her dad, the kidnapper picks it up. Neeson hears him breathing and asks him to let his daughter go. “If you do, I will forget about this and let you go. If you don’t, I will find you and kill every one of you.” The sneering kidnapper laughs and says, “Good luck.”...

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