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Hello! I am a junior at a private Christian university with a major in Christian Missions and a minor in Biology. It was my original plan to go to medical school and become a missionary doctor, but as I immersed myself in the medical field, I realized that therapy was a much better fit for me. I am still very much called to the international mission field, and I would like to eventually work for/start a nonprofit that provides therapy to children in developing countries. Having said that, I am having trouble deciding what area of therapy to pursue. A little more about me... I am INFP personality type, I enjoy sign language, I enjoy writing, and I love working with children who are disabled.
Hi everyone, As a progressive Christian I'm interested in finding some fiction somewhere between C.S. Lewis and Jose Saramago. I tend to prefer European literature over American (especially British) but, as an example, take Flannery O'Connor who was an ardent Catholic but a staunch advocate of racial equality. Her stories "Temple of the Holy Ghost" and "The Misplaced Person" also question our society's treatment of sexual and religious minorities via Christian symbolism. Anyone have any recommendations?