Coming together in faith, moving forward in love.

In this sermon series we consider what unites us as people of faith and how that is formed by what Jesus taught and how he lived.

Fr. Keith Oglesby - October 3, 2021

Traditional Service

The main issue in this passage is divorce. Christ’s teaching here has guided the church for many centuries. What do you think about how Jesus re-interpreted a clear direction from scripture (Deuteronomy 24:1-4) allowing for divorce? Jesus did this by pointing to God’s original intention for marriage. What are other examples of re-interpretation of scripture in the New Testament (e.g., Mark 7:14-23)? How about in the past fifty years in the church (e.g., women’s ordination, allowing divorced people to re-marry)? How has the Spirit brought changes in what you believe? How has that been a source of grace for you? For others?

Scripture References: Mark 10:2-16

From Series: "A New Day: Sermon Series"

Coming together in faith, moving forward in love. In this eight-week series we consider what unites us as people of faith and how that is formed by what Jesus taught and how he lived.

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