He recounts a vision, like John-the-seer in the book of Revelation. Except his is not a binary vision of heaven’s victory and evil’s defeat, but of nonviolent generosity and mutual respect—one that embodies Jesus’ call to radical peacemaking.
When we heed the words of the prophet Micah, we may end our political recklessness.
In fact, it’s in the presence of difference that hospitality is often most needed.
This false slaveholder religion has not only propped up political powers that hurt poor people of all colors; it has also diminished the souls of those who inhabit its hypocritical contradictions.
Your response means that we are not invisible Christians. That the fire that fell at Pentecost has not gone out in the Holy Land and others can see our light.