Privilege, Power and Stewardship

We affirm that our world has been created with rich variety and diversity. Additionally, we affirm a sort of ‘divine differential’ (shown by different levels of giftedness, privilege and power), which was purposed for diligent stewardship and benevolence for humanity’s symbiosis.

However, self-centeredness continues to beguile the divine differential, and is currently at best ego-driven as ‘philanthropy’.

Therefore, true religion needs to nudge the gifted, privileged and powerful toward selfless stewardship and cross-subsidization among humanity.

Thesis Background
Through the ages, power and privilege has drifted humanity toward exploitative commercialization of all good endeavor and to popular promotion of competitive individualism, sponsored by a pyramid of debt. Humanity is becoming trapped in glamorized hollowness!

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