I gotta have my orange juice.

Jesu, Juva


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The Judeo-Christian ethic of charity derives from the assertion that human beings are made in the image of God, that is, that reverence is owed to human beings simply as such, and also that their misery or neglect or destruction is not, for God, a matter of indifference, or of merely compassionate interest, but is something in the nature of sacrilege. — Marilynne Robinson, The Death of Adam, 47-48

Written by Scott Moonen

October 7, 2013 at 2:40 pm

Posted in Books, Quotations

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