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Eric T.

Hospitality is the Ground Zero of the Christian Life

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Rosaria Butterfield argues in this article that if Christians are to live out the Christian life in a compelling way, "we must think of our homes as hospitals, embassies, and incubators, not castles, fortresses, or museums." What she proposes is not natural for me, I don't do hospitality, at least not well. But I think her writing rings true. I feel the pull of what she says, but it sure looks like a sacrifice. What do you all think?



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We should absolutely be hospiable, but not unreasonably. 

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