Posts Tagged "gospel"


Lessons From Luke (recap)


Posted By on Jul 29, 2020

Lessons from Luke: Recap Read Slowly Luke is a Quilter Parables Are Tricky Jesus Winks Bread Is Central Read Slowly: there is a temptation to read the Bible quickly when you Believe that you already know the story. When you already have the plot figured out you tend to skip over some important details that actually significantly change the trajectory of the narrative. Luke is a Quilter: the use over parallel layout of the Gospels was...

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ImBible Study is Back! (online)

ImBible Study is Back! (online)


Posted By on Mar 28, 2020

Join us this Wednesday at 7pm for a lively (and irreverent) time of reading the Gospel. It is not your average Bible study!  Join the zoom here: https://zoom.us/j/585770550 This video talks about how much fun it is to read the Bible as a progressive. The 4 layers of our ‘surplus of meaning’ and 3 surprises from the Gospel of Luke. We ask the text 4 Layers of Questions: What would the original audience have heard? What has the text...

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Seasons of Faith


Posted By on Dec 2, 2019

https://vermonthillsumc.org/podcast-player/3620/seasons-of-faith.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 00:18:55Subscribe: iTunesLuke 8: 40-56 gives us 3 examples of faith. Comment below. Email VHUMCpastor@gmail.com with any questions. Support the podcast with a tax-deductible donation with  online...

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Made Well Inside and Out


Posted By on Oct 11, 2019

https://vermonthillsumc.org/podcast-player/3565/made-well-inside-and-out.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 00:12:25Subscribe: iTunesLuke chapter 5 tells a story about Jesus interacting with two different people who were hurting – one physically and one spiritually. Pastor Bo proposes how this concern might look in the 21st century. Comment below. Email VHUMCpastor@gmail.com with any questions. Support the podcast...

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God Loves Who?


Posted By on Sep 27, 2019

Our Left – Right politic divide creates problems for understanding and living in God’s love. God loves us AND them. I have been thinking about Identity Politics in the Gospel of Luke. Identity Politics are great for politics – everyone should bring their whole humanity to the table and should vote according to their social location. While Identity Politics are great for politics, it is not great for community. It...

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