Preaching Mark (Part 2)

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Back by popular demand, this Preacher’s Roundtable led by David Schmitt, with Jeff Kloha and David Lewis, discusses preaching Mark throughout year B of the three-year lectionary cycle. Part 2 of 2 looks at preaching Mark during ordinary time (after Pentecost).

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2 Comments

  1. Jim metcalf July 7, 2012
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    How do i access the professors’ comments? I’m interested in this!
    Jim

  2. jim Metcalf July 7, 2012
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    Just listened to the RoundTable.
    1st, don’t try this on your iPad. Seems to need a device more powerful.
    2nd. I loved listening to the discussion. I earlier found it interesting to do a compare-and-contrast between Genesis 1-4 and “Jesus stilling the Storm/Healing the two daughters”. When Jesus is involved in Creation, the story changes beautifully.
    3rd, I recommend Ched Myers, “Binding the Strong Man” as an additional resource. It’s tough reading on a couple of levels, but to me well worth it.
    Thanks for your work!
    Jim Metcalf

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