Luke 16: 1-13

In ancient Greece, there once lived a philosopher by the name of Diogenes the Cynic.  Diogenes came to the conclusion that all the customs, expectations, and conventions of society were just so much rubbish – rubbish because they were so often unthinkingly and uncritically accepted by people, most often for no other reason than the fact that everyone else did the same.  To illustrate his point, he spent most of his life sitting in a tub, sunbathing, arguing that it was just as meaningful a use of time as the various activities and concerns which occupied the days and nights of his fellow citizens. Continue reading “Luke 16: 1-13”