Preaching the Gospels Without Blaming the Jews: A Lectionary Commentary

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Westminster John Knox Press, 2004 M01 1 - 261 pages

Ronald Allen and Clark Williamson provide a commentary on the Revised Common Lectionary Gospel readings, demonstrating how the lections are continuous with the theology, values, and practices of Judaism and also identifying and reflecting on points at which the lections caricature Jewish people, practices, and institutions.

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Contents

Year
1
Sunday Year A
25
First Sunday in LentYear A
28
Fourth Sunday of EasterYear A
41
12YearA
54
22YearA
68
YearB
87
First Sunday after Pentecost Trinity SundayYear B
129
28YearB
156
29YearB
158
30YearB
159
31YearB
161
7 32YearA 82
162
33YearB
164
34Year B
165
YearC First Sunday of AdventYear C
169

9Year B
130
1Year B
132
2Year B
133
3Year B
134
4Year B
136
15YearB
137
16YearB
138
17YearB
140
18YearB
141
19Year B
143
20Year B
144
21YearB
145
22YearB
147
23YearB
148
24Year B
151
25YearB
152
26YearB
154
27YearB
155
Second Sunday of AdventYear C
170
Third Sunday of AdventYear C
172
Fourth Sunday of AdventYear C
173
Christmas DayYear C
175
First Sunday after Christmas DayYear C
176
Second Sunday after Christmas DayYear C
177
Epiphany of the LordYear C
178
Second Sunday after the EpiphanyYear C
179
Third Sunday after the EpiphanyYear C
181
Eighth Sunday after the EpiphanyYear C
188
Second Sunday in LentYear C
194
Palm Sunday or Passion SundayYear C
200
Fifth Sunday of EasterYear C
207
First Sunday after Pentecost Trinity SundayYear C
213
14YearC
220
19Year C
227
Notes
251
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Clark M. Williamson is Indiana Professor of Christian Thought Emeritus at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis.

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