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quote of the day

Hat tip to Subverting Empire for today's quote:

“Sheep among wolves, a tiny seed in the garden, yeast in bread dough, salt in meat: Jesus’ own metaphors of the kingdom describe a kind of “secret force” that works from within. He said nothing of a triumphant church sharing power with the authorities. The kingdom of God appears to work best as a minority movement, in opposition to the kingdom of the world. When it grows beyond that, the kingdom subtly changes in nature.”

— Philip Yancey, The Jesus I Never Knew
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