January 20, 2014

Once I asked a group of believers, “Who are you?” The majority replied, “We are Christians.” Some responded that they were “children of God,” and others mentioned “Pentecostals.” Their replies made me think how far we have become removed from humanity! No one replied t...

December 19, 2009

Today I spoke at a Trade Union Meeting in the Netherlands, concerning the Rights of Migrants and Migrant Domestic Workers. Below you can read the text of my speech:

Ladies and gentlemen, I am asked to speak 10 minutes about Migrants.

Whenever, we as Europeans travel to t...

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Samuel Lee

A Christianity that is not standing for the rights of the fragile, for the poor and for the suffering, for the widows and orphans is a worthless Christianity. It is simply a dead religion, even though it has a sign of liveliness. 

か弱い者、貧しい者、苦難に遭っている者、やもめやみなしごたちの権利のために立ち上がることのないキリスト教は、価値のないキリスト教です。それは単なる”死せる宗教”にすぎません。たとえそこに“生きている兆候”は認められるにしてもです。

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© 2010-2019 by Samuel C. Lee

 

Samuel Lee (Ph.D.) is university lecturer, at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam - Faculty of Religion and Theology (FRT-VU), and director for Center for Theology of Migration, the educational program of Samen Kerk in Nederland at the FRT-VU. 

He is the founder of Foundation Academy of Amsterdam, offering higher education in liberal arts and humanities for migrants, refugees and persecuted minorities.

 

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