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We are who God says we are.

In the incarnation, life,
death and resurrection of Christ we see that God is so for us and with us that
we can no longer be defined according to death, a religion-based worthiness
system or even the categories of late-stage capitalism. We are who God says we
are: the forgiven, broken and blessed children of God; the ones to whom God
draws near. Nothing else gets to tell us who we are.

Nadia Bolz-Weber

Nadia Bolz-Weber is the author of Shameless: A Sexual Reformation (Convergent).

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