In 2011, I was in my second year of Medical School. It was the holidays and I was at a Christian church camp listening to a visiting minister named Dylan Knight. He was preaching a sermon about the life of Jesus when he suddenly paused mid-phrase.
“Just a couple examples where Jesus responded…”
“You sitting down there – what’s your name?”
He pointed halfway down the crowd at someone in front of me.
“No sorry, just behind you,” he said.
I realised he was pointing at me. I told him my name.
I now quote verbatim what he said.¹