I have no reason that even for Christians the liberal assumption that all people are equally rational is true, or that all Christians are capable of dialectic, as opposed to being accustomed to rhetoric. Are we required by charity to maintain the pretense that Christians are? Or should we instead relate to them according to how they actually are?
The husband of the husband-wife managing team of the storage place passed away suddenly a month or two ago, and the wife decided
to move to Oregon. No forwarding address to which to send a condolence card, no announcement of a management change from the company or
of the death, and not much info from the new managers. Didn't ask if there will be a new manager moving into the residence or not.