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Sinning Like a Christian // 05

It’s generally accepted that anger can both be good and bad, productive and destructive. As Willimon points out, “Much of the greatest good worked in the world is through Anger. You can’t say that about any of the other Seven” (69). But as obvious as this paradox may be, it’s pretty difficult to determine precisely when anger crosses the line from laudable to lethal. Tomorrow I’ll post five types of anger that I see as “bad.” But first I want to hear what you think.

So in your opinion, when is anger bad and when is anger good?

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