I remember a psychology course I had in college, where I was introduced to the idea that humans, when threatened, choose between two primal responses: They either stay and fight with the intent to conquer their foe, or else they turn and flee in hope of evading the threat. But I’ve found a third approach in my study of the Bible.
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