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The Past Versus The Future


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Regulars here will know I love the study of our history passionately, but I have an (on the surface) simple question I'd like to throw out there for everyone.

It's natural for a community to dissect their pasts to try and understand them better, more so with religious communities as it can provide both context and doctrinal clarification for today. However, does an emphasis on retrospective analysis sometimes compromise exploring new ideas and forming (and implementing) flexible, dynamic plans to deal with the challenges of today and tomorrow?

I'd appreciate your thoughts on this.

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