William C. Placher wrote this in Narratives of a Vulnerable God, page 128.
“…we do not live in a society eager to attend to the voices of the oppressed and the marginalized. If we have let the values and assumptions of our society guide us, even in matters of faith, then where will we stand when the powerful impose their agendas! Perhaps we should stand, from the start, with the crucified Jesus and the vulnerable God he makes known to us.”
2 thoughts on “The Marginalized”
What boggles my mind is that there is plenty for all, but we don’t believe it.
You’re absolutely right. It’s the myth of scarcity.
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