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I haven’t read this book yet, but will get it soon. Anybody read it? See the youtube video for an introduction.

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  1. Let me preface by saying that I’m posing an actual question and not making a value judgement.

    What I hear from these folks and Shane Claiborne and friends in Austin is that they had to move out of the suburbs in order to really “do justly”. Yet they all seem to insist that the rest of us don’t have to do that. I wonder if they’re trying not to discourage us or if they have a way to love the poor without living among them. To do more without having less. It seems to me that these folks who are doing more have consistently seen that they had to leave the suburbs and yet want to assure us that we don’t have to.

    I haven’t read the book, but that’s the question I would want answered. Can you do justice in the suburbs and have them remain the suburbs?


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