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God, Jesus, Race, Politics, and You

Series: God, Jesus, Race, Politics, and You

Jesus is Political Pt. 2
Sep 25, 2016
Speaker: Donnell Wyche

Jesus’ political identity begins not with party affiliation or constituents, but with an act of submission. Jesus was baptized by his cousin, John the Baptist, in the Jordan River. John the baptist operated in the vocation of old, he was a prophet calling the people to repentance.

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    God, Jesus, Race, Politics, and You

    Series: God, Jesus, Race, Politics, and You

    Jesus is Political
    Sep 18, 2016
    Speaker: Donnell Wyche

    Jesus’ political identity begins not with party affiliation or constituents, but with an act of submission. Jesus was baptized by his cousin, John the Baptist, in the Jordan River. John the baptist operated in the vocation of old, he was a prophet calling the people to repentance.

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    God, Jesus, Race, Politics, and You

    Series: God, Jesus, Race, Politics, and You

    God, Jesus, Race, Politics, and You
    Sep 11, 2016
    Speaker: Donnell Wyche

    Parables serve as metaphors, which do more than just explain meaning, if you will, they create meaning. It’s the idea that a parable is more than delivery system for an idea, but think of it this way, parables construct houses in which we, the reader, are invited to take up residence. Some parables are straight-forward and their meaning easy to discern. And as Pastor Anna noted in her sermon three weeks ago, some even stumped those closest to Jesus, namely his disciples.

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    Parables of Jesus

    Series: Parables of Jesus

    The Compassionate Employer
    Sep 04, 2016
    Speaker: Donnell Wyche

    Parables serve as metaphors, which do more than just explain meaning, if you will, they create meaning. It’s the idea that a parable is more than delivery system for an idea, but think of it this way, parables construct houses in which we, the reader, are invited to take up residence. Some parables are straight-forward and their meaning easy to discern. And as Pastor Anna noted in her sermon three weeks ago, some even stumped those closest to Jesus, namely his disciples.

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    Parables of Jesus

    Series: Parables of Jesus

    The Rich Fool
    Aug 28, 2016
    Speaker: Donnell Wyche

    Parables serve as metaphors, which do more than just explain meaning, if you will, they create meaning. It’s the idea that a parable is more than delivery system for an idea, but think of it this way, parables construct houses in which we, the reader, are invited to take up residence.

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    Parables of Jesus

    Series: Parables of Jesus

    The Pharisee & Tax Collector
    Aug 21, 2016
    Speaker: Donnell Wyche

    As Pastor Nigel mentioned last week, parables serve as metaphors which do more than explain meaning, rather they create meaning. With this view, a parable is just not a delivery system for an idea, but it constructs a house in which the reader/listener is invited to take up residence.

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