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Radical Righteous Love

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RRLove will discuss politics, religion, culture, spirituality, and life from a radical perspective of universal love.

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Loraine and Charley will look at the story of the Pentecost, The Jerusalem Commune, and the Second Coming. As always, we will pay attention to the political and economic meaning of these stories.

Loraine and Charley will study the resurrection story in Luke and the Jewish background to that story, especially its political meaning. The vision of the resurrection of the dead appears in the Hebrew prophets as the culmination of... more

Was Jesus a rebel and crucified for that reason? What was the role of Pliate and the Roman Empire in the crucifixion?

This episode will look at Luke's gospel's account of the crucifixion and resurrection and the political aspects of these stories.

This week the podcast will look at the Palm Sunday, Cleansing of the Temple, and the Apocalyptic Sayings in Luke's Gospel. How did Jesus understand the arrival of the Kingdom of Heaven, or as we call it, the "Communism of Love?"

Continuing our tour through the gospel of Luke to the story of the Rich Young Ruler and other texts

Tonight, Loraine and Charley will discuss the circle of women followers of Jesus described in Luke 8. We'll also look at the feeding of the multitude and end the episode with some discussion of the "Lord's Prayer.

In honor of Ash Wednesday and Lent, we open with some reflections on Luke 5:33-39. Then we'll take up an extended analysis of the "Sermon on the Plain" which is Luke 6:20-49 and contains the clearest statements of Jesus... more

Rescheduled from 1/30: Tonight we will look into the accounts of Jesus's early ministry. Topics will include."kingdom of God" what does it mean?; healings and exorcisms; factions in 1st century Judaism; and more!

Join us for a discussion of the early years of the life of Jesus up to his baptism and temptation and the political implications of this narrative.

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