Week 15: April 9 – April 15

We finish our reading in Leviticus and Hebrews this week.

In this second part of Leviticus, you may recognize verses some Christians use to explain their biblical opposition to homosexuality. These ancient words have become popular again in our day in some discussions, but in order to interpret ancient texts from different cultures faithfully, one must understand the original context and meaning.

Also tucked away in these chapters of Leviticus is the famous commandment to “love your neighbor as yourself.” Inclusion and exclusion. Welcome and judgment. Holiness and profanity. Charlotte’s blog for this week explores some of the interpretive conundrums of Scripture.

By the way – you are doing great! (However much of this you are doing!) Keep it up!

Leviticus 17-27

Psalm 54

Psalm 91

Psalm 98

Luke 3-4

Hebrews 11-13

As You Read resource for Weeks 14 and 15

As You Read Weeks 14 and 15

Charlotte’s Living in The Story blog: The New and Living Way

Re-Reading the Law, part 2

Charlotte Vaughan Coyle

Author: Charlotte Vaughan Coyle

Charlotte lives and blogs in Paris TX. She is ordained within the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and developed Living in The Story while doing doctoral work at Brite Divinity School in Ft. Worth. Charlotte also blogs about intersections of faith, politics and culture at CharlotteVaughanCoyle.com.

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