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Reply To: What is one tangible way that you plan to exhibit Hebraic leadership in your own neighborhood after taking this course?

Mitchell Hailstone

One thing that stood out to me from this course is the reminder that God is relational and active in our lives. He isn’t a “clockmaker” God that the Hellenistic worldview conjured. He’s a living God who plays an active role in our affairs. Personally, I have the tendency to forget that God is particularly interested in me—as well as every other individual. I often “systematize” my theology and political opinions, and I forget that each individual has their own lived experiences and relationship with God. Being reminded that the Hebraic God, the one we worship in the Christian faith, is a personal one who loves and cares about all his creation equally will encourage me to love my neighbors, friends and family more as a result of taking this course.