Tuesday, September 15, 2009
"There Is Always Someone More Oppressed Than You"
Perhaps this would serve as a good follow-up to the last post, in which a married man who struggles with homosexuality talked about the mistreatment he has received at the hands of other Christians. Those of us who deal with the issue of homosexuality in the church are often times too quick to point to how badly we're treated. It's definitely a problem, partly centered in reality but partly centered in pride, and one I'm all too guilty of. As Andrew Marin recently pointed out, though, there is always someone more oppressed than you. Read this story more than once as well, and leave your comments here.