"The work of salvation is first of all the illumination that all of us are loved by God with the greatest love we can imagine -- the love that loves us not in spite of who we are but because of who we are . . . address[ed] not to a sinner but to the beloved . . . [who is] not evil but loving wrongly."
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This comes from feminist theologian Sallie McFague's Models of God: Theology for an Ecological, Nuclear Age (1987), 144.