QOTD: N.T. Wright On Our Sometimes Immature And Dangerous Responses To Evil

The culture of blaming everyone else (resulting in lawsuits, victim-exaltation and self-righteousness) and the culture of blaming oneself (resulting in depression and moral and social paralysis) are likewise immature and inadequate responses to the problem of evil as it presents itself.1

  1. N. T. Wright, Evil and the Justice of God (London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 2006), 12. ↩︎