We know this. We know that Jesus Christ was rejected, tortured, and killed. Yet, Jesus Christ is the cornerstone of our beliefs, salvation, and faith. Yet, we still do this. We reject those who oppose our ideas. We marginalize the weak, sick, poor, and disabled. Yet, those are the cornerstones. Jesus did not distance himself from those who opposed his ideas. Instead he listened to them and then talked with them. He did not avoid the marginalized. He shared his time, energy, thoughts, and food with them. These are the ways we can live our faith and build our lives in honor of God. Connecting with all, understanding, spreading the truth and the love of God.