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Seeking Belonging

Why does John insist on telling this story in this way? As is the case whenever we see someone causing harm, context helps us understand. We don’t know much about the community John was writing to, but one piece of information is notable to me. Scholars believe that John’s community was probably very diverse, inclusive of Jews, Samaritans, and Gentiles.

Seeking Belonging
John 9:1-41
Rev. Liz Kearny
Longview Presbyterian Church
March 19th, 2023

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