Wednesday, September 3, 2014

The Central Human Problem

"Our study of land suggests that . . . . the central problem is not emancipation but rootage, not meaning but belonging, not separation from community but location within it, not isolation from others but placement deliberately between generations of promise and fulfillment. The Bible is addressed to the central human problem of homelessness (anomie) and seeks to respond to that agenda in terms of grasp and gift."

The Land: Place as Gift, Promise and Challenge in Biblical Faith, p. 199-200

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