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Posted by Mike Pearson on August 7, 2002 02:57:12 UTC

Okay, kidding...
The Pope only inhabits one chair, one bed, one car at a time. He can only eat one person's meals.
If he has too many good books, perhaps Jesus would be sharing them better. But who am I to say?
Forgive me...just participating here.
As you probably khnow, any large amount of money controlled by anyone in the world
is a complex matter. Would Jesus allow wealth in stock to "ride" or would he immediately withdraw and spend it? Money is not wealth exactly. Give a man a fish, and he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish, and he eats for a lifetime. I suppose he would feed folks but would also teach them how to fish. Funny you asked. That's what education and church don't do very well any more...perhaps through only a little fault of their own. The questions have changed. We're probably in a temporary slide into the abyss. (It's temporary because either we'll land on the bottom where the world as we know it will end, or we'll stop sliding in time to rescue the world). Should the world as we know it succeed? What would Jesus do?
Would he become an economist and propose a better new economic model or adjustments to the current one...or just rapture us?
Mike

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