Sermon – October 11, 2015

Deirdre Good is presently Theologian in Residence at Trinity Wall Street. She was Professor of New Testament at General Seminary for 28 years. She grew up in Kenya and has written books on Matthew’s portrait of Jesus (Jesus the Meek King 1999), on Mary traditions in Judaism, Christianity and Islam (Mariam, the Magdalen and the Mother 2005), on households and families at the time of Jesus (Jesus’ Family Values 2006) and with Bruce Chilton (Reading the New Testament: A Fortress Introduction 2010).

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      Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost - 2015

This sermon was delivered by Dr. Deirdre Good on October 11, 2015, the twentieth Sunday after Pentecost, Proper 23 in Year B of the lectionary cycle. Deirdre Good is presently Theologian in Residence at Trinity Wall Street. She was Professor of New Testament at General Seminary for 28 years. She grew up in Kenya and has written books on Matthew’s portrait of Jesus (Jesus the Meek King 1999), on Mary traditions in Judaism, Christianity and Islam (Mariam, the Magdalen and the Mother 2005), on households and families at the time of Jesus (Jesus’ Family Values 2006) and with Bruce Chilton (Reading the New Testament: A Fortress Introduction 2010).

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