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Exegetical Exercise (Acts 9 10-19)

The Uniform Series passage for Sunday, August 20 is Acts 9:10-19, the last part of the episode of Paul (Saul’s) dramatic conversion experience (or, “conversion” experience, if we follow the new scholarship on Paul, which I do, that holds that … Continue reading

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Palm/Passion Sunday

“Whosoever” That word, “whosoever,” is emphatic: no one is excluded from “whosoever,” it’s unconditional. And I confess, it’s the one forever in my memory of John 3:16, a trace of the King James Version we memorized when I was a … Continue reading

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Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

What does it mean, precisely, to be “spiritual but not religious”? Presumably, generally, something relating to the social reality, or maybe more properly the institutional reality, of something that can be called “religion.” But I have been consistently confused about … Continue reading

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Shabbat shalom

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