James Alison Quote

In fact, for those who feel themselves excluded, or treated as defective, by the reigning social and moral order, it is of incalculable importance to discover that this feeling of being excluded or defective has nothing to do with God. It is purely a social mechanism, and God rather wants to include us and carry us to a fullness of life which will probably cause scandal to the partisans of the reigning order. (18).


Faith Beyond Resentment: fragments catholic and gay (2001) - "The man blind from birth and the Creator's subversion of sin"

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In fact, for those who feel themselves excluded, or treated as defective, by the reigning social and moral order, it is of incalculable importance to ...

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In fact, for those who feel themselves excluded, or treated as defective, by the reigning social and moral order, it is of incalculable importance to ...

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In fact, for those who feel themselves excluded, or treated as defective, by the reigning social and moral order, it is of incalculable importance to ...

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In fact, for those who feel themselves excluded, or treated as defective, by the reigning social and moral order, it is of incalculable importance to ...