4 responses to “Pentecost in an Era of Indifference

  1. Is there a difference between seeing someone who is oppressed and helping them and bring involved ins social justice protests? Not being involved in student protests seems different to me than walking by a man who was stabbed to death. Your post has definitely got me thinking about my own complicity in indifference toward injustice. I ask myself what I would do if I saw a man bleeding go death and I’m horrified by the idea that I too would just walk by. We need to be reminded of the evil we carry around with us. Still, I am not so sure protesting is at the same level. As I’m writing this comment I keep editing it because I have very conflicting reactions to your challenge. Thanks for the post.

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