JESUS MAFA. The Unforgiving Servant, from Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, Tenn.
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Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Matthew 18:21-35 Commentary
by Stanley Saunders
What might the practice of limitless forgiveness look like in a modern capitalist economy? Is it even possible?
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Genesis 50:15-21 Commentary
by Karla Suomala
Family harmony is definitely not one of the themes in Genesis.
Exodus 14:19-31 Commentary
by Casey Thornburgh Sigmon
Three steps forward ... two steps back ...
Psalm 103:[1-7] 8-13 Commentary
by Paul O. Myhre
What are the contours of praise for God?
Romans 14:1-12 Commentary
by Elizabeth Shively
An English proverb says, “Faults are thick where love is thin”; but God demonstrates the opposite and to a greater extent: “faults are thin where love is thick.”
by Karoline Lewis
September 17, 2017
“How often should I forgive, Jesus?” Of course, Jesus’ response to Peter’s question doesn’t really provide an answer but rather points out the misdirection ...
SB559 - Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Ord. 24)
Discussion on Revised Common Lectionary texts for Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Sept. 17, 2017): (Gospel) Matthew 18:21-35; (1st Reading) Genesis 50:15-21; (Semi-continuous 1st Reading) Exodus 14:19-31; Psalm 103:[1-7], 8-13; (2nd Reading) Romans 14:1-12. Recorded at Luther Seminary, Saint Paul, Minn., for WorkingPreacher.org.