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October 30, 2006

’The least of these my brethren’

Amanda Witt at Wittingshire has done the invaluable work of collecting and excerpting articles and books that have something crucial to say about the Michael J. Fox controversy, including some written long before it arose. A sample, from Jim McGuiggan:

To get their work done, their very demanding work, to get it growing and glowing, [leaders often in effect say]: "We have assembled and discussed the matter, Lord, and we all voted for survival of the fittest."

And how would God feel about such a decision? Would he not say, "I was sick and naked and lonely and cold and hungry and imprisoned and broken and weak ... and you voted for survival of the fittest?" And might we not say, "Lord, when were you sick and lonely and hungry and broken and weak and we let you go to the wolves?" And what will we say if he should reply, "In as much as you did it unto the least of these my brethren, you did it unto me?"

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