Peter looks at aspects of decision-making that will help people find life-giving alternatives beyond polarized forms of group-thinking. He thinks that we need humility, questions, wisdom, and a worthwhile goal to cling to in order to find the kind of synthesis that leads us forward. He sees this in light of Psalm 23: there is a way that passes between the life-draining answers of the mountains on either side of the valley of the shadow of death. God meets us there. If possible, it would be good to open and follow along the power point as you listen to this talk.
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