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And he said, “You don’t need to. ”5 This short narrative illustrates how a godly love might inform the ways in which people respond to life’s biggest questions: • • • • • • What is my purpose in life? How should I respond to those who harm me? What are my responsibilities to others? How am I to live in a conflict-ridden world? Who is my neighbor? Where can I turn for support in my hour of desperation, when circumstances seem to make little sense? Perhaps the most important question is this: do experiences of God’s love actually move a person to have a truly helpful effect on the lives of others?
The concept of godly love may resonate with some readers, while others may have some reservations about it. To the skeptics, we respond that mythic tales, metaphysical treatises, and theological statements can influence human behavior and, when appropriate, should be factored into social scientific research. From a social psychological perspective, if spiritual realities are believed to be true, they can and do often have real consequences. Although the limitations of social science prevent researchers from judging the metaphysical truths claimed in different spiritualities, its methods do enable the investigation of the consequences of deeply held convictions and experiences.
But the details not presented in Diamond’s report of how peace came to the Fayu provide a good illustration of how godly love unfolds in the real world. It demonstrates how this love can change the world—or at least a piece of it. Klaus began his interview with the same story he had told earlier in the day at a local church in northeastern Ohio one November morning as we—Matthew, Margaret, and Stephen—were beginning to write this book. At one point in the 1980s when we had first come to Irian Jaya [West Papua New Guinea], members of the local tribe were breaking into our household while we would go shopping for supplies.