Check out David Weaver-Zercher's Amish Grace: How Forgiveness Transcended Tragedy. It is an illuminating discussion of how Pennsylvania's Amish community dealt with the mass murder at Nickel Mines.
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I was particularly struck by this passage [slightly modified].
Out of step indeed!
[The Amish hold] a perspective that considers life to be short, eternity to be long, and heaven and hell to be real. [They] believe choices have eternal consequences, to fail to discipline would not only neglect their God-given responsibility, it would in fact be the unloving thing to do. It may not be as picturesque as a horse-drawn buggy, but this uniquely Amish view of spiritual care is one more example of how the Amish walk out of step with the culture around them.
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