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AvatarKendal Beloglazov

Bernard, thank you for your post. I think that accepting and operating within a pluralistic society can be a challenge for some Christians, myself included at times. I was challenged by this idea in the Hebraic mindset because it can be difficult to operate within a pluralistic society and not desire it to be completely different. As a believer, I want everyone to believe in the God of Israel and I would rather societies be structured and ruled by the law of God, which some are to a degree! However, the pluralistic mindset challenges us because the reality is not everyone is going to believe in what we do or desire the same things. This causes tension for the Christian as we seek to do good and enact change, while knowing in this life that we won’t live in a society that is fully obedient to God. Hence, why our eyes are ultimately set on the New Jerusalem!