So, I've been thinking again, which as I might have mentioned before is dangerous. I feel like out of all of God's magnificent creation, that the most sacred of it is humanity. Man/woman was/is made Imago Dei, in the image of God. Nothing else is, I feel that is a trump card. Internally, I'm placing the sacred person in juxtaposition with the sacred text of the Bible. As I read in an article that interviewed one of my former professors, he stated something akin that the Bible should be a moral conversation point for dialogue and not the end of the discussion.
I think, too often, the Bible is used to end the conversation in regards to peace, love, and justice ignoring the sacred Imago Dei of those who are different than us.
Just a thought.