Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Tog… Themes

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Faith as Salvation

Every individual in the book is rewarded for their faith in deeper human connections. Spirituality enriches the lives of every person and delivers them to greater happiness and fulfilment. For example, Ron and Deborah’s marriage early on in the book is on the rocks because Ron distances himself from God while Deborah remains devout. Ron notes that, “Deborah, meanwhile, plugged into God. While I pursued the material, she plunged into the spiritual” (117). Ron is too concerned with earthly matters, such as wealth and luxury, and he neglects his spirituality. The result is that he is disconnected from both God and his wife. Ron has his affair around this time and hits rock bottom. Ron and Deborah were estranged because of the religious barrier between them. After the affair, Ron and Deborah decide to place faith in their own marriage and the church. Years later, they...

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