Longsuffering Jacko

These images are from the book, Spirit-Controlled Temperament (1966) by Tim LaHaye.  The book combines Christian scripture with the still popular idea that there are four fundamental personality types: sanguine, phlegmatic, melancholy, and choleric (or as they are known here, Sparky, Flip, Maestro, and Rocky).

At bottom is the single annotation in the entire book, appearing under the subcategory "longsuffering" in a chapter detailing the qualities of the "Spirit-filled Man."  This comment looks to have been inspired by the infamous Martin Bashir interview of Michael Jackson that aired in February of 2003.

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