Comper, Ninian. Majestas, from Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, Tenn. Original source.
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Twenty-Fifth Sunday after Pentecost
All Saints Day
Luke 6:20-31 Commentary
by Sarah Henrich
In this year 2016, we are experiencing, perhaps enduring is the better word, one of the surliest presidential races in years.
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Daniel 7:1-3, 15-18 Commentary
by Fred Gaiser
Daniel Chapter 7: four great beasts, resembling a winged lion, a tusked bear, a four-headed leopard, and a ten-horned and iron-toothed monster.1
Psalm 149 Commentary
by Paul O. Myhre
What is it that gives rise to the formation of a song?
Ephesians 1:11-23 Commentary
by Sammy Alfaro
A quick overview of the letter to the Ephesians reveals an overarching focus on the church: the saints who are the body of Christ.
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Brainwave 321 - Lectionary Texts for All Saints Day (Year C)
November 06, 2016
Rebroadcast of a discussion on texts for All Saints Sunday (first posted on Oct. 27, 2013): (Gospel) Luke 6:20-31; (1st Reading) Daniel 7:1-3, 15-18; Psalm 149; (2nd Reading) Ephesians 1:11-23.
A separate podcast (Sermon Brainwave 509) is available for Twenty-fifth Sunday after Pentecost (Ordinary 32) texts.