Jesus as Disciple not Saviour
Mark 7: 1-23 2 September 2018
Jesus is not presented so much as a person as a pattern. In the gospels he often appears as the disciple par excellence, the man on a journey to complete self-realisation. It is at the end that we see who he really is and, in so doing, who we really are.
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