Breaking the Word Sundays

Draper, Robert
May 2015
Pastoral Review;May/Jun2015, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p67
The article discusses several passages from Bible related to Jesus Christ Resurrection. It mentions gospel passages regarding the ascension of Christ, Pentecost and the Holy Spirit, and use of water and the invocation of the Trinity. Also discussed are passages dealing with the blood of sacrifice and the power struggles of contemporary international politics.


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