Not only will Christians thus take sides as they concern themselves with the miseries of contemporary mankind, but this taking sides will be a priority for them.... This taking of sides will of course produce conflict (of which there was much already). The powerful will try to hang on to their positions. One will not be able to avoid reflecting seriously on the place of violence in that conflict. Sad to say, it is not a conflict in which the church is to be found exclusively on the side of the exploited. Christ was there, and is there, but his "body," the church, is not -- not all of it in any case. So in taking the side of the exploited, Christians will find themselves in opposition to some of those who confess the same Lord. That, for them, is yet another of the great sorrows of our world.