Anger—it's an emotional boogeyman in the Christian community. Just the mention of it sends chills down the backs of many individuals, families, and churches. For years, anger has been banished from the society of our acceptable feelings, yet we haven't rid ourselves of it completely. We can still feel it prowling around the edges of our minds, hungering for something to feed on.
Webster says that anger is "a strong feeling of displeasure and usually of antagonism." With this very general definition in mind, let's look at the specific kinds of anger that we encounter.
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