I posed this question to my friend Kendra the other day. I am sharing with y’all my answer.
I like Malamud’s engagement of what it means to be human. One must seek to endure in the suffering of others. To suffer as others suffer and seek to walk together makes humanity in my book. Perhaps this is what we are fearful of these days.
I am knee deep in a postmodern paper that is no more than a glorified summer essay. It should be titled, “What I did in seminary this fall 2007.”
What do y’all think? When does a human become human?
Inspired by MF Dees, When does a human cease to be human?
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