Curtis White Quote

What Marx and Thoreau shared with Christ was a sense that "the letter killeth." What killed was not the letter as Mosaic Law but as secular "legality." Legality had so saturated the human world that it stood before it as a kind of second nature.


"The spirit of disobedience: an invitation to resistance"

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What Marx and Thoreau shared with Christ was a sense that the letter killeth. What killed was not the letter as Mosaic Law but as secular legality....

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What Marx and Thoreau shared with Christ was a sense that the letter killeth. What killed was not the letter as Mosaic Law but as secular legality....

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What Marx and Thoreau shared with Christ was a sense that the letter killeth. What killed was not the letter as Mosaic Law but as secular legality....

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What Marx and Thoreau shared with Christ was a sense that the letter killeth. What killed was not the letter as Mosaic Law but as secular legality....