Friday, October 23, 2015
What Can Churches Learn From School Shooters?
Malcolm Gladwell is a master at scrutinizing social trends and providing plausible and compelling explanations for how and why people do what they do. His latest feature for The New Yorker, “Thresholds of Violence,” puts school shootings under the microscope and attempts to explain how young men—many of whom, surprisingly, come from stable upbringings and don’t have any noticeable psychopathic tendencies—could ruthlessly plot and execute plans to open fire on a group of people. Read more
Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 3:01 PM