Bono and Eugene Peterson
The video below is courtesy of Fuller Theological Seminary
Bono and Eugene Peterson interview about Life and Art
- The most important think I can do is fight the causes of poverty. They are structural, not simple
- The thing that offends me the most is the waste of human potential.
- Love is about realizing each other’s potential / realizing the potential of the people around you.
- Being a celebrity upends God’s values – We shouldn’t see ourselves as anything else than sharing our gifts. We can use it to shine the light on issues and put the spotlight on people whose voices are not heard.
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