"Call from John the Baptist to Repent," by Renier, de Huy from Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, Tenn. Original source.
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Second Sunday of Advent
Luke 3:1-6 Commentary
by Judith Jones
Today’s Gospel begins not with the Baptist’s ringing call to repentance, but with a long and detailed list of rulers.
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Malachi 3:1-4 Commentary
by Anne Stewart
Who can endure the day of his coming?
Luke 1:68-79 Commentary
by Rolf Jacobson
What better text to preach on the Second Sunday of Advent than Luke 1:68-79 (or even better, vv. 67-79).
Philippians 1:3-11 Commentary
by Edward Pillar
The opening comments and introduction in Paul’s letters often give us an insight into something of the key aspects of what will follow in the letter as a whole, but also an insight into the life of ...
The Being of Salvation
by Karoline Lewis
December 06, 2015
“All flesh shall see the salvation of God.” Well, that depends.
The criteria we set in place for a claim like this makes for a rather large list. And the list has grown ...
SB450 - Second Sunday of Advent
Discussion on texts for Second Sunday of Advent (Dec. 6, 2015): (Gospel) Luke 3:1-6; (First Reading) Malachi 3:1-4; (Psalm) Luke 1:68-79; (Second Reading) Philippians 1:3-11.