Anger may be the most dangerous human emotion. Yet the Bible states that we can be “angry and not sin”—and even commands us to be angry at evil. How do we hold all of this together as we try to understand anger? How can we engage it when it’s going wrong and yielding destruction in the lives of angry people and those around them? To answer these questions, we will apply the theological framework for emotions we have learned from previous sessions, and press into practical solutions that focus specifically on the problem of anger.
This audio is part 4 of a 5 part regional conference titled Untangling Emotions.