The Good Samaritan

Wednesday, 01 Sep 2010

Recovering the Message of Scripture In this special section of our "Rightly Dividing the Word" issue, nine pastor-theologians help shed light on some popular texts of Scripture that tend to lose their true redemptive-historical significance in a culture of interpretive narcissism. Would you cross the street to help someone you didn't know? How about to help a rival? A sworn enemy? These are the sort of questions often asked at the beginning of sermons about the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37). A man is beaten, stripped, robbed, and left by the side of ...

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