God, Self & Other – Luke 44: Millstones, Mustard Seeds and the Tension of the Christian Life

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Maturity in the life of faith requires the ability bear unresolved tension, to live amidst truths that seems to contradict each other.

In this episode we examine three (more) declarations of Jesus that – at first read – appear terribly uncharitable. But as we study more closely, we discover a depth of love and grace we would never have seen had we not been forced into paradox.

The text for this episode is Luke 17:1-10 (NRSV).


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