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December 27, 2009

Knights find their lives’ greatest fulfillment, mission, and meaning in conflict. They seek the Great and Holy Showdown—the moment their entire lives have prepared them for. And they can suffer shortages of meaning in their lives without a worthy opponent. As a result, Knights seek enemies. They need them. And the greater the stakes of the conflict—and the larger the adversary—the more meaningful they find their lives and efforts. Knights envision themselves as David facing down Goliath or as a good confronting an evil.

Knights don’t need a God, but must have a Devil.


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