Thomas Merton And Bad Theology: Purposefully Pitting Ourselves, One Against The Other


We don’t love each other enough.
Or is it, in reality, that we too often don’t love each other at all?
So convinced are we of our own rightness in all things, that we fail, more times than not, to even notice the other. Instead of taking note of their humanity – as someone, too, created in God’s likeness and image – we see, instead, only positions. And it’s much easier to dismiss positions than persons, isn’t it?
Especially when they are so clearly .


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