The rich are sent away empty

Grindal, Gracia
December 1996
Christian Century;12/04/96, Vol. 113 Issue 35, p1193
Discusses how God favors the poor over the rich as stated in Luke 1:46-53 of the Bible. Radical vision of the Magnificat; Rich people's tendency to forget about God; Importance of God in the eyes of the poor.


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