An Antidote to Suspicion and Fear   Leave a comment

MLK promise

“Martin Luther King may have never made it to the promised land, but the vision of that promise inspired him to do everything he could to get there.

That vision — that promise — requires of us what it required of King: to be in solidarity with the poor, to counter the idolatry of wealth, to practice non-violence, and to seek justice and inclusivity in a culture dominated by suspicion and fear.”

Book Cover high resFrom “Living the Questions:
The Wisdom of Progressive Christianity”
by David M. Felten & Jeff Procter-Murphy

“Felten and Procter-Murphy give voice to a faith that provides a profound alternative to the dominant ideology of ‘American Christianity.’ Attention should be paid!”  – Walter Brueggemann, professor emeritus, Columbia Theological Seminary

www.livingthequestions.com

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