“Both myths are driven by our propensity to discover something positive in bad situations, or to justify actions with unintended or evil consequences. To frame assassinations and martyrdoms as anything else than the tragedies they are is an easy, and almost natural, thing to do.”
About Ben Tapper
Ben has a BA in Political Science from Manchester University, an MA in Public Affairs from Indiana University, and is currently pursuing a Master of Divinity from Christian Theological Seminary. He serves as the Faith Formation Coordinator for First Mennonite Church in Indianapolis, IN, and is actively involved in community engagement. Ben has a passion for issues of justice and liberation for oppressed people.
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