May 26

An Antidote to Rev. Wright

Tag: music,religionDonna B. @ 9:49 pm

From Evening Palaver, Some history and a song.

As Wintley Phipps introduces the song, contrast his interpretation of the Christian message with Jeremiah Wright’s. Where one is divisive, the other is inclusive, and not just for the sake of inclusion, but because of the theoretical basis for that inclusion: that each and every human is equal in God’s eyes, that there remains no division based on strength or weakness, goodness or evil, only grace.

And that, if nothing else, is amazing.

Go listen.

While you’re there, check out this version too.

One Response to “An Antidote to Rev. Wright”

  1. akademiker krankenversicherung says:

    I am thinking about different type of natural environmental. the theoretical basis for that inclusion: that each and every human is equal in God’s eyes, that there remains no division based on strength or weakness.