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To stereotype someone is to put limits on him or her. The most obvious kind of stereotyping is racial and ethnic. It is at the root of conflict and war—Arabs and Jews, Croats and Serbs, Kurds and Iraqis. Closer to home it may surface in terrible, delimiting opinions about Irish, Blacks, Asians, or Mexicans. And there are even plenty of assumptions about bosses and employees, or elderly and adolescents.

How can we do better? We can ask God in prayer to help us see more of the truth of God's expression of His man. This kind of prayer is potent. ...

October 21, 1991
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