Ch. 10 - Stand Up for the Have-Nots

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Initial post: Jun 17, 2012 11:35:48 AM PDT
I had major problems with this chapter. It is filled with anti-capitalist jargon, such as p. 102, demonizing "a sharp investor;' and a developer who "has a monopoly." p. 103 - He says that God is interested in a level playing field. Where exactly does it say that in the Bible? When one person has 10 cows and another has 2, he says simply, "Does that seem fair?" p. 106 - "Poverty is not the lack of charity but the lack of justice?" Such a blanket statement is inaccurate. As Lucado would say, "It's just not fair." (p. 106)
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