Why do people avoid conflict?
For an overwhelming majority of people, conflict is not a pleasant experience. Most people do not want to engage in anything that produces tension and disagreement. Many fear conflict because of past experiences. This subject can weigh heavy on the mental welfare of a person. The goal of this book is to address an uncomfortable subject from a biblical approach.
However, there are some positive sides to conflict! There are several stories in the Old Testament from Adam and Eve to King David that teach lessons about how conflict can produce positive results.
Conflict does not have to be destructive. It can be a tremendous teacher for those who are willing to learn from it.