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April 16, 2009

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Great book. I haven't finished, but I love it. The one question I wish someone would cover is what does cultural engagement look like in fields that require some compromise from the get-go? For instance, a pro athlete usually has to miss worship services half the year; a married actor has to kiss women besides his wife; a model has to pose immodestly. The list goes on. I want to ask him: what about the fields that from day one require compromise?

(I'm not using the term "compromise" pejoratively; compromise may be good for all I know).

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