New PDF release: Always with Us?: What Jesus Really Said about the Poor
By Liz Theoharis,William Barber
Jesus's phrases "the negative you'll always have with you" (Matthew 26:11) are usually used to signify that finishing poverty is most unlikely, that poverty is as a result ethical mess ups, and that the terrible themselves haven't any function in altering their state of affairs. during this booklet Liz Theoharis examines either the biblical textual content and the lived fact of the terrible to teach how that passage is taken out of context, distorted, and politicized to justify theories concerning the inevitability of inequality.
Theoharis reinterprets "the terrible you'll always have with you" to teach that it truly is really one of many most powerful biblical mandates to finish poverty. She files tales of terrible humans themselves organizing to enhance their lot and illuminates the results for the church. Poverty isn't really inevitable, Theoharis argues. it's a systemic sin, and all Christians have a accountability to accomplice with the terrible to finish poverty as soon as and for all.
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Always with Us?: What Jesus Really Said about the Poor (Prophetic Christianity Series (PC)) by Liz Theoharis,William Barber