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From Comment, a publication of the Massachusetts Bible Society, Summer 1989
"The question for me is whether we know what we are about in our synagogues and churches? I hope so. It's nothing less than opening the Book we too often take for granted and hearing again the stories of faith which set forth a vision of a new realm which calls us to walk the second mile; consider the good of others in both the public and private spheres; minister to the imprisoned; feed the hungry; take up a cross in order to follow; wash one another's feet; share the burdens; discover blessedness in seeking after righteousness and in doing justice.
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