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At any gathering, you will likely see both abusers and victims. In Christian theology, we have approached these two very different types of people with a single solution. Having drawn a map of salvation for sinners, we ignore the victims, making it their responsibility to find their way back to peace. Park argues it is time for the church and its theology to remedy this situation by using an Asian religious concept called han--the psychic and spiritual pain caused by unjust oppression--as a way of healing the wounds of abuse and violence.
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