By acknowledging that we and the structures we create are good, bad, and salvageable—all at once—we are freed from the temptation to demonize those who do evil. We can love our enemies or nation or church or school, not blindly, but critically, calling them back time and again to their own highest self-professed ideals and identities."1
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1The Powers That Be (Theology for a New Millennium) (Walter Wink)