If you think that the big deal about Jesus was his skin color, refugee status, and if he had a…
Ryder Spearmann

Agree, when you consider the strong natural law traditions in Christianity regarding things like subsidiarity, respect for private property and personal responsibility, the social justice interpretation wears a bit thin.

Jesus wanted to help the poor, so he helped the poor Himself, he didn’t legally obligate others to do it (which, when you come to think about it, is closer to the Pharisaical way of doing it).

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