Recently I read a book called Upon This Rock, by Frank G Slaughter. It’s a novel about the life of Simon Peter, who has long been one of my favorites apostles, and while I don’t agree with everything in the book, it was certainly an interesting read. One thing that struck me was the use of a peculiar phrase. Three times Slaughter said that Peter had been “infected with the divine discontent which Jesus instilled into the hearts of all those who served him.” Divine discontent. What is that even supposed to mean?