The Gospel According to John – 2018.07.29 Propaganda The reading for today is a gross misrepresentation the ministry of Jesus and the way that he preached. This reading from the Gospel of John is piece of pure propaganda, as such it is an example of the type of writing that should be struck from the […]Read more "A Homily – John 6:1-15 ©"
The Gospel According to Mark – 2018.06.17 Parables and Propaganda Jesus taught with parables, using analogy and metaphors, I think this must be true. This is not because Jesus wanted to keep the truth from the people, or because he wanted to cloak the secrets of the universe in mystery, but because the subjects: […]Read more "A Homily – Mark 4:26-34 ©"
The Gospel According to John – 2018.03.18 Be Mindful of the Propaganda The Gospel for today strayed far into the field of propaganda and myth. It is a disservice to the memory of Jesus, who was not killed for the “glory” of God, or to fulfill some divine purpose, he was killed only to […]Read more "A Homily – John 12:20 – 33 ©"
The Gospel According to John – 2018.03.04 Corruption The gospel of the day moves the reader in different directions. The writers had a mix of motivations. On the one hand they wanted to express the understanding that the death and resurrection of Jesus was foretold by him, it was known, and it was in […]Read more "A Homily – John 2:13 – 25 ©"
The Gospel According to John – 2018.01.014 John and Jesus, and Peter Too It is important to note that John’s Gospel, being the latest, and last to be written, coming nearly one-hundred and fifty years after the death of Jesus, takes a radical departure from any attempt to present the life of Jesus in […]Read more "A Homily – John 1:35 – 42 ©"
The Gospel According to Luke – 2017.12.31 Fulfillment Propaganda, and Mythology Read the narrative carefully. It is mythology and propaganda, as such it is a deviation from the way, for the way is always found in the service of the truth. The gospel writers gave us narratives concerning the early life of Jesus […]Read more "A Homily – Luke 2:22 – 40 ©"
The Gospel According to Matthew – 2017.04.09 The Passion The Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ according to Matthew Key: N. Narrator. ✠ Jesus. O. Other single speaker. C. Crowd, or more than one speaker. One of the Twelve, the man called Judas Iscariot, went to the chief priests and said, […]Read more "A Homily – Matthew 26:14 – 27:66 ©"