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February 03, 2016


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Chris Reiter

There is so much here - I will need to spend some time with this. I would ask or maybe suggest that, if "benevolence is what the privileged and powerful and wealthy give as a donation to the poor and marginalized" and [if] it is lacking, then ultimately would not the wealthy or privileged NEED to rethink their "wealth" and privilege (or alms-giving) as something to give away not simply throw at the poor in bits and pieces, but rather selling everything(whatever that means) and following him? I don't know... as a church planter I have been seeing economics in crazy different way, not to mention reading a bit of Brueggemann.

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