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Sep 09, 2008


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Curtis L. Dunn

Closing line of essay: "Engaged philanthropy is there to enable solutions that reach self-reliance. ..."

When has "engaged philanthropy" not been a part of Western Christianity's philanthropy mandate?

If I give a spoon to someone in need and capable of using a spoon, I am also expecting that they use that spoon to feed himself, and whomever else with that spoon he can help.

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