UUs and class: thought 2

I was getting excited about talking about ministry with poor and working-class people that I worked on this and another thought.

But I won’t. The discussion has become too theoretical. The same poor and working-class people seem more like a object of discussion, and the real, perennial subject — richer-people’s anxiety — is percolating.

It’s not a discussion I want to foster.

3 Replies to “UUs and class: thought 2”

  1. Ummm…. but you’ve intrigued me with this post! What do you mean that “the real, perennial subject is percolating”?

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