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Everybody always thinks about the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5–7), but Luke gives us the Sermon on the Plain (Luke 6:7–49). In both gospels, Jesus has begun his itinerant healing and teaching in Galilee. He becomes famous and crowds begin to follow him (Matthew 4:23–25; Luke 5:15. At this point in Matthew, Jesus, seeingContinue reading “Jesus will always level with us (Luke 6)”
Today is Inauguration Day in the USA, which means that something is ending and something is ending. But what is ending, and what is beginning?
How a weakness in recent popular evangelical theology produces a susceptibility to mythic, fascistic politics.
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