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Republicans' Fake Good News About Jesus' Poverty

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Readings for Holy Family Sunday: SIR 3:2-6, 12-14; PS 128: 1-2, 3, 4-5; COL 3: 12-21;NT 2: 13-15, 19-23

Last week Pete Buttigieg annoyed white Evangelicals by calling attention to Jesus' poverty.

As reported in The Washington Post, his Christmas tweet read: "Today I join millions around the world celebrating the arrival of divinity on earth, who came into this world not in riches but in poverty, not as a citizen but as a refugee. No matter where or how we celebrate, merry Christmas."

In response, many mostly white evangelicals went apoplectic. "Jesus was not poor," they countered. "And he certainly was not one of those despicable refugees. At his birth, his parents were simply obeying imperial law by returning to Joseph's town of origin. Bethlehem just happened to have all its rooms filled with similar obedient taxpayers. So even though Joseph and Mary were quite capable of paying their hotel bill, they had to accept an overnight stay in a smelly, rodent-infested stable. Which of us wouldn't do the same?"

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The next day, when we discussed the controversy over breakfast, my daughter asked, "What's the big deal? Why do those people care so much?"

I answered, "It's because if Jesus was poor and a refugee from state violence, the whole anti-poor, anti-refugee program of the Republican Party is nullified at least from the standpoint of faith." It means for instance that:

  • When they support Donald Trump's exclusion of immigrants and refugees at the U.S. border, Republicans are really excluding the modern-day equivalents of Jesus, his mother and father as depicted in today's Gospel selection. There, the Jewish King Herod's planned slaughter of innocent babies drives Joseph and Mary to flee to Egypt with their new son. In other words, the Holy Family sought refugee status in Egypt.
  • Republicans are refusing to recognize Jesus' later specific identification with such emigrants, when in the clearest representation of final judgment (MT 25), he says, "Whatever you do to the least of the brethren (i.e. the hungry, thirsty, immigrants ("strangers"), the sick and imprisoned), you do to me." Those words absolutely identify Jesus with the categories of people just mentioned all of them impoverished.
  • Jesus advised his followers that they themselves must become poor (MT 19:21). He's remembered as telling them ". . . sell what you have, give it to the poor, and come follow me." (Would Jesus recommend poverty to his followers and remain un-poor himself?)
  • The earliest Christian communities took literally Jesus' injunction about becoming poor. In the Acts of the Apostles we read, "There were no needy ones among them, because those who owned lands or houses would sell their property, bring the proceeds from the sales and lay them at the apostles' feet for distribution to anyone as he had need." That is, the earliest Christians' desire to follow Jesus drove them to imitate his lowly social status.
  • Jesus described his entire mission as directed towards the poor. He said, "The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim deliverance to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to release the oppressed, to proclaim the year of the Lord's favor."

Even more, as economist Michael Hudson points out in his monumental And Forgive Them Their Debts, Jesus' programmatic reference to the "year of the Lord's favor" points to the Jewish Jubilee Year. "Jubilee" was the biblically mandated period when all debts were to be forgiven and land returned to its original (mostly poor) owners. Hudson points out that such debt forgiveness was practiced throughout the ancient mid-east. It was more general than a biblical mandate.

According to Hudson, when new leaders acceded to the throne, they created a clean slate. All debts were forgiven. The corresponding legislation in the Book of Deuteronomy had Israel following suit.

Jesus' "Good News" to the poor was that (following Deuteronomy) their debts needed forgiveness. Inevitably, that demand was understood by all concerned (especially by Rome's imperialists and their puppet clients in Jerusalem's temple) as a highly threatening call to social justice. (Can you see how that understanding of Jesus' Good News Gospel would be similarly threatening to Republicans while at the same time encouraging Democrats seeking relief for debt -crushed students?)

As I told my daughter, that's why it's important to evangelical Trumpists that Jesus not be a poor man himself, that he not be an advocate for the poor, or that he not be a refugee. The contrary calls everything Republicans stand for into question. It makes Donald Trump, his exclusion of refugees, and his baby jails eerily similar to King Herod as depicted in today's final reading.

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But everything I've said so far overlooks an even deeper point that I developed in my Christmas reflections last Wednesday. My point there was that the "infancy narratives" (found only in Luke and Matthew) constitute what biblical scholars for the last century and more have recognized as Midrash and Haggadah. That is, following rabbinic tradition, these accounts represent fictional stories based on re-readings of the Jewish Testament and intended to make a theological point.

And in the case of Herod's slaughter of the innocents and the Holy Family's seeking refugee status in Egypt, Matthew's theological point for his specifically Jewish audience (vs. Luke's gentile readers) is that Jesus is the New Israel. As such, he relives his people's early history. [And that entire history from its very beginning (and repeated in its occupation of Palestine in 1948) is that of a refugee people - refugees from Pharaoh's enslavement to Hitler's genocide and ubiquitous anti-Semitism.] We might even say that the Jewish Testament's very message (reiterated in the case of Jesus) is that REFUGEES ARE GOD'S CHOSEN PEOPLE.

Put otherwise, the story of the Holy Family's "Flight into Egypt" is far more than a rabbinic riff on Moses's escape from the slaughter of Hebrew children under the Egyptian pharaoh 1200 years earlier. It actually has Jesus:

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I don't often find myself supporting Pete Buttigieg and his corporate-sponsored campaign. However, he's on the right page here.

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All true, valid and well-presented facts. For more in-depth proof of these points, may I suggest my own book, "Class Crucifixion." Among many points, it presents a compendium of Scriptural quotes showing how Jesus consistently and overwhelmingly sided with the poor and the oppressed. [Google "Dr. Lance Moore" and follow the links if interested in reading free samples.]

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Thanks, Lance, I'll check this out.

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There are a few jabs in this informative article that seem to be aimed more toward repubs than dems. I tend to see many well educated, well-to-do dems who could benefit from this message. I consider these dems as good friends, but I have to accept considerable hypocrisy to do this.

What middle class dem would drive an old beater car or skip their annual winter three weeks in Mexico? It is much easier for them to blame Trump and the repubs for climate change than it is for them to turn out a light that is not needed by anyone. Missing out on gotta-have tech crap delivered by Amazon is unimaginable to them. Don't even try to broach the subject that lifestyle changes are necessary, not just for morality, but for survival.

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Winter 3 weeks in Mexico?

I have never been there, or spent 3 winter weeks any where but home.

I consider myself middle class, and thus, I work and spend very little, so I can afford taxes, food, health care and upkeep for my old house...which I bought for 29k in 1963, when a bag of groceries for the week was $30.


Painting all 'democrats' with a broad brush is a disservice.

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Great points, as usual, Chuck.

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Well said. Clinton supporter Buttigieg should be reminded that the Obama/Clinton regime did more to create the refugee crises in the Middle East, North Africa and Latin America than even the thoroughly despicable Bush regime.

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Evangelicals and other like religions are far more interested in giving wealth unto themselves than storing their treasure up in heaven, and why not, isn't wealth a sign of Gods favor? If you are poor and likely to remain so then it is a wonderful blessing to be favored by Jesus and to know that it is you and not the rich man who will pass through and enjoy eternal heavenly bliss. After all did Jesus not say; "A rich man has as much chance of entering heaven as a camel has of passing through the eye of a needle." Obviously what many people profess to believe and actually do believe are entirely different things though, aren't they?

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I'm afraid your observation includes me as well, Carol.

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Exactly, Mike, it will be true for most of us.

No one really knows for certain if Jesus said, "A rich man has as much chance of entering heaven as a camel has of passing through the eye of a needle." But even if he did, it would seem logically it was more allegorical than how it has since been fashioned for political gain. "Rich" was most probably intended to connote greed and malicious gain. Otherwise John Lennon is in hell and Charles Manson will ascend to heaven. Weaponizing religious parables is a fool's game best left to zealots.

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You are quite right.

Jesus said : "Strive to enter through the narrow gate because the

pathway to destruction is broad and many are the ones entering into

it."

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From a letter to a colleague:

The Pete Buttigieg candidacy is the embodiment of a bad idea. His foreign policy is even worse than Bush and Obama's, and on par with the HRC doctrine. Where Obama tried to make war acceptable to Blacks and Hillary to women, Buttigieg will try to put a gay face on imperialism and make war acceptable to what may be the last segment of the US population historically resistant to war.

A recent Newsweek comment revealing his background says it all: "Buttigieg's foreign policy is indistinguishable from Dick Cheney's. Neocon Mayor Pete has been groomed since he was 21 to be a shill for big money and the War Machine. At 22 he was taken under the wing of Neocon GOP Sec of Defense, William Cohen. Buttigieg himself said a factor in his joining the military was how it would look on a political resume'e. In Afghanistan, he was a go-between for private contractors and the D.O.D. Right after his stint, he joined the vulture capitalist Mckinsey Group which has huge stakes in war profiteering. The War Machine is hoping we are dumb enough to empower [him]."

Buttigieg is the mayor of the FOURTH largest city in Indiana. Analogizing to MLB, that's like being a bottom of the rotation pitcher for the Worcester Woo. His town has a higher murder rate than NYC and is poorer than Jackson Mississippi. As president he will use his commander in chief role to nod approval for non-threatened social issues while he reclines on the royal sofa peeling grapes. The little Nero will abuse the president's primary role of avoiding war with peace by choosing war over peace.

After four years in the oval office, Buttigieg will displace Hillary from the conversation on blood lust.

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Well then giving unto, and getting from, Rome, seems to be Pete's M.O.

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No fan of "Mayor Pete" here either.

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I don't always agree with the author, but he is "spot on"

with this article. The conservatives who practice

"Churchianity" must have their pants in a tight wad over

this one. Prosperity preachers like Paula White have

really twisted the message of Jesus. They are all fit

for hell.

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Oh, be careful with this! I don't think it is up to us to determine who is fit for hell. While anger with hypocrisy is justified, none of us can lay claim to such self-righteousness as to decide the soul-fate of others. I think that is in the domain of our Creator.

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True.... the ultimate decision is with the creator. However, Jesus has

made it well known what disqualifies one from heaven.

From Bible: "Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, [10] Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God. ... Now the body is not for fornication, but for the Lord; and the Lord for the body."

I would consider many of the prosperity preachers to be

in the "thieves" category. We also have to be careful as not

to be so afraid to call a spade a spade. Someone once

said: "Evil flourishes when good men do nothing."

Jesus called the religious leaders of the day "a brood of

vipers".

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Fit for hell is just hyperbole The whole heaven and hell concept is a tool to get poor people to accept poverty.

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Totally agree (I hope) hahahaha!

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Hell was opened when prisoners were set free from water-less pit, by blood of covenant in Zechariah 9:11 and bottomless pit of Revelation 9:1-2, when a star fallen to earth called a he was given a key and opened it. Since hear some don't come back to life for a 1000 years near end of Revelation, figure some be watching down from above seeing the damage they have done to purge and refine even them. Looking around at some in charge today not sure if 1000 years will be long enough.

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Anything that will piss off the Religious Right on this subject is fine around here, even by that CIA asset politician. Couldn't begin or be sure where to start attacking the damage the RR has done to the good news news. This is good start here in article.

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You are an interesting and colorful person. Happy New Year!

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Much rather be knocking around and breaking pool balls, but no table walking distance.


Godspeed to all of your dreams by next year. Great spirits is preferred word on subject up us somewhere. At this point not sure what's so great about them. They don't even let me drive sober anymore. Condo be paid for as an IBEW Wirenut 10 years ago if they did. Almost got started on them.


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My definition of Prosperity: No greed, met needs, we dance!

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