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‘do we empathy by donation’ ?

Tropfest is an annual festival co-hosted by Sydney, Australia and New York City that bills itself as “The Worlds Largest Short Film Festival”.

This morning I stumbled across a random blog by a random Bible college student who I don’t know from Adam (tubemantravels blog).

Tubeman introduced me to Tropfest and, thankfully, to its its 2008 winner:

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Question(s) for Comment: If our churches really value the sanctity of human life, why is it that so few Christians (including myself) not push past food pantries, dollar bills in guitar cases, and quick glances to avoid eye contact?

What does it mean for Christians to really love the ‘least of these’ and embrace the life of these hurting, broken, and needy human beings?

Why does this matter? Why to believers in the biblical Gospel have to care about  overlooked peoples?

Is ’empathy by donation’ really sufficient?

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