153 fish, three loves, and one call to follow in John 21 video discussion

The lectionary gospel reading for Easter 3 is John 21.1–19. It is a long reading, full of fascinating things to reflect on, including whether the number 153 means anything, and if there is any significance to the different words Jesus uses for ‘love’.

James and Ian reflect on these issues and their implication for reading and preaching.

Full discussion can be found at the previous article here.

You can also find complete articles on the two main issues of the interpretation of the 153 fish here, and the full discussion of the threefold exchange about ‘Do you love me?’ here.


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