It is better to lose one part of yourself, better for you to enter life with one eye and maimed than with two eyes to have your whole body thrown into hell.
Following the words exactly, if anyone has sinned using any specific body part, then that person should get rid of that body part. And whoever marries a woman divorced from her husband commits adultery. And whoever, having divorced his wife, marries another commits adultery against her. And if a woman divorces her husband and marries someone else, she commits adultery.
From now in a household of five, three will be divided against two and two against three. They will be divided: father against son,, and song against father; mother against daughter, and daughter against mother; mother-in-law against daughter-in-law, and daughter-in-law against mother-in-law; for one's fores will be those of one's own household.
At times it approaches, if not actually achieves, being boring. The second part of the book is a compilation of Jesus' statements, divided into the categories noted above, simply noting the saying but not noting that some of the sayings have very significant consequences if they are all true, correct, and are to be followed exactly.
The second part of the book, then, is essentially a listing of the statements of Jesus that loads of other books have, done without comment, the only difference from other books that do this being that the statements are arranged by certain categories. Overall, this is a rather unsatisfactory and somewhat upsetting book. This is a very interesting book, especially for Phyllis Tickle's reflections and then her compilation of the 'sayings of our Lord'. The only quibble I would have is that the sayings are not immediately following by the text references.
You need to turn to the back of the book for those. I borrowed this from the library and it's not a book you can use productively when you need to return it You need to use this a This is a very interesting book, especially for Phyllis Tickle's reflections and then her compilation of the 'sayings of our Lord'.
You need to use this as part of your home library and engage in on-going reflective work. Apr 04, Matt Wisdom rated it really liked it Shelves: books-read-in It is exactly what it says, the words of Jesus from the Gospels along with some reflections by Phyllis Tickle.
It is presumably a Q-like compilation in that it contains only the recorded sayings of Jesus. It's an interesting way to go about categorizing them and brings out meaning from the passages that may be missed thro It is exactly what it says, the words of Jesus from the Gospels along with some reflections by Phyllis Tickle. It's an interesting way to go about categorizing them and brings out meaning from the passages that may be missed through casual reading.
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I found this book to be absolutely incredible. Phyllis Tickle simply takes the words Jesus spoke as recorded in the Bible and groups them into categories. There is no context given for the quotes, no versus by other people, simply the words that Jesus spoke, line after line and page after page. It was remarkable to read. His words regarding the poor were very insightful for me. Jul 07, Derek rated it it was ok. I think what Phyllis was trying to do in this book is an interesting concept of breaking up the Gospel writings and connecting them under bigger headings.
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It can help with putting together bigger concepts and main teachings but not a good exegetical approach. Mar 05, Susieq rated it it was amazing. Just Jesus' words- nothing else.
So, what did he really say? Read this, and you'll be surprised, and shocked! Feb 26, Paul Froehlich rated it really liked it.
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The benefit of this book is that readers gets all the words attributed to Jesus, not just their favorite texts. It thus offers a broader perspective of Jesus in his own words. Jan 30, Shawne Seignious rated it it was amazing Shelves: date-read. This book gives such meaning to Bible passages. Makes you ponder the words we know so well.
This is a book I continue to pick up and read often. Glenn E. Graham rated it it was amazing Jan 22, Greg Miller rated it liked it Feb 11, Rob Pecoraro rated it it was ok Dec 22, Tyler rated it liked it Apr 06, Tanya Hodel rated it liked it Jun 06, Stephanie rated it liked it Dec 19, John Borthwick rated it liked it Dec 31, Patricia L Kehl rated it it was amazing Nov 26, Dave Page rated it liked it May 19, Luttinen rated it liked it May 04, Patricia rated it it was amazing Dec 14, Brandon Larson rated it liked it Oct 20, Jed Schenck rated it really liked it Dec 26, Kyle Potter rated it really liked it Jun 07, Sandi Schreiber rated it it was amazing Jul 25, Dwayne Goins rated it it was amazing Jun 20, Eileen Dougherty rated it liked it May 12, Maurynne Maxwell rated it liked it Jan 12, Mar 20, Sarah rated it it was amazing Shelves: jesus , zadult.
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