Wednesday, November 2, 2011
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about property, asking the question whether or not Christians own anything. I came to some conclusions in the writing of that post that have been, to say the least, challenging. The TLDR version of it is this: Any meaningful definition of Christianity is at odds with traditional definitions of property and ownership. Thus, we must deny the validity of (A) our definition of Christianity, or (B) our notions of property and ownership. If you don't agree with that conclusion, I would challenge you to go back and read my previous post in full, and identify which particular piece of the argument you disagree with.