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    Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Four of them were together with their officer, officer and three soldiers, were taken to be interrogated. You were just obeying my orders. For three days, without food and drink, my father was held. At night, he was interrogated. He stuck to this lie. Somehow, he walked to the new life through this lie.

    A God of truth delivering him through a lie, that too was successfully told, that was also his experience. He discusses the ways in which memory of wrongs and harms done can occupy the living rooms of our mind. Stay with us. Hello, friends. Thanks for giving us a place at your table. We hope you find them meaningful and memorable. Charting a Course Through Grief is totally free.

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    So head over to cct. Sign up today. Check out the link and description in the show notes, or head over to our website to sign up. Of course, thanks for listening to The Table Audio. Now back to our conversation. You had your own experience that marked you, also an interrogation, or really months of interrogation in , which you describe. You were serving under compulsory military service to Yugoslavia.

    You were considered a threat. You formed a relationship. It was a negative relationship with who you called Captain G. In the communist Yugoslavia, one knew that. One knew that my father was on the death march, that he almost lost his life. He was considered that time to be the enemy of the people.

    We lived in an environment in which we were never sure whether what we said in our house was taped or not. We had to be very careful with what we say.

    We were considered to be enemies of the people. I was conscripted. After I was conscripted, the room in which I was was bugged. There were pages and pages of recorded conversations that were then typed. On the basis of these conversations and, say, my advocacy of pacifism or some other political statement that I might have said that interrogations proceeded.

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    Again, I felt that I was unjustly treated. I felt very much like my father did when he was in death march. Here are these people interrogating me and threatening me with years of imprisonment for absolutely no reason. You can imagine that certain forms of resentments can build. I was not a particularly good friend of my interrogator, whom I called Captain G. I think throughout the story of my father, him being found by God in the midst of deepest suffering as an innocent man and having to deal with rage against other people and against the situation, against God, creations in a sense of the peaceful self in the midst of this horror was a foundational story of our family.

    For me, it was always a challenge on the one hand to honor what I was feeling, the rage that was inside against injustice, but on the other hand to honor the beauty of the Christian faith that has a particular way of dealing with these kinds of situations which is a reconciliation through embrace of the enemy.

    Love of enemy is the fundamental Christian command. There cannot be Christian faith without love of enemy. During those interrogations and after them, one of the most important tasks that I had was not just attending to my fear and survival but attending to the character and the beauty and the purity of my own soul. Dealing with what I perceived as inadequacies in responses, understanding on the one hand myself, beating myself on the other hand, up for them struggling through to get to the point where I knew that I wanted to be.

    That then entailed trying somehow to come to the point of forgiving my interrogator. I searched to find him.

    You describe the fear of omnipotence. This is what you say, the concept of Captain G somehow colonizing your interior life. Soon, our entire life pivots around it. You become what you have done or left undone or what other people have done to you. In depicting what suffering does psychologically and how the memory of that suffering is almost complicit in how that suffering affects us, what you describe, this experience of suffering, leads you to a theology of love and a theology of embrace, of union, you might say, when you think of the concept of embrace, like two people coming together.

    That metaphor is rich with suggestion of union. Can you speak to the conflict that exists between embrace and exclusion?

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