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I was inspired to hear Jim Daly's conversation. I have been a Christian for several years, am in my late 30's, and have felt progressively distant from the older generation of Christians and even some of my peers, as the conservative Christain community has externally focused less on the core being of who Jesus was-how he loved the lost and taught us that the first shall be last and the last shall be first- and become more about vocaling polarizing angry, desparate positions against our culture with a growing sense of focus on individualism rather than community as a whole (not just loving the Christian community). Hearing Jim's interview tells me that there is hope for the growing movement of Christians that want to be a voice of love and compassion and desire to seek common ground with those that do not see life the way we do.