I mentioned the question on my blog, and now another blogger has picked up on this and explored it at The Clever Badger.
Thanks for the link, James!I may use this question in my middle-school Sunday school class, although I'm not sure today's teens are as familiar with Star Wars as they used to be...
Now to make it even more interesting, pose the same question of Adolf Hitler and see how the two results line up :)
I think this question relates to whether or not you believe mankind is essentially good.
Ben -My over suspicion is that folks would be much less forgiving of Hitler. Why would that be the case?Yaleth -Consider Robert Neville as seen from the perspective of the Dark Seekers/Vampires in I Am Legend.
That should be "overriding suspicion"...
Yes; yes; forgive. His repentance would be a renunciation of his identity as Darth Vader, of his whole Sith persona. To forgive him would only be a recognition that he was Anakin Skywalker, back from the dead, not Darth Vader. From a certain point of view.Yours in Christ,James Snapp, Jr.
Hey, you should make more of these poll thingies! Make one about Mulder and Scully. ^_^
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