It is often held that the story of Martha and Mary in Luke 10 shows us that devotion to the teaching of Jesus is superior to the work involved in practical service.
But does that really make sense, not least in the context of the Parable of the Good Samaritan that immediately precedes it? James and Ian explore the text, its context, and its meaning, and how we might read and preach on this passage.
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