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AnonymousDeleted UserSeptember 16, 2020 at 7:57 pm
In Jesus and the Disinherited, Thurman speaks to the view of Jesus from the perspective of the people with their backs against the wall. Kobes Du Mez looks at the very people responsible for creating this very wall in Jesus and John Wayne. If the person that shares a title in these books was left unnamed, I’d struggle to even gather that it was the same person being discussed. Kobes Du Mez continues on to describe the way in which white evangelical churches have evolved to see those unlike them as missionary endeavors, while Thurman’s position is to be seen as neighbors. Perhaps the biggest contrast, Jesus and the Disinherited focuses on the Jesus that describes the inner life of the individual. Meanwhile, Jesus and John Wayne centers on the outward.