190714-Engage-Bulletin.pdf (27 downloads) In one of Jesus’ more famous parables, Jesus makes a hero out of a man the Jews loved to hate, even calling the hated Samaritan, “good”! This story begs us to ask and answer “Who is my neighbor?” in an effort to discover who all we can include in Jesus’ love rather than who we can justify excluding.
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In one of Jesus’ more famous parables, Jesus makes a hero out of a man the Jews loved to hate, even calling the hated Samaritan, “good”! This story begs us to ask and answer “Who […]