The lectionary gospel reading for the Second Sunday before Advent is John 1. Like a precious family heirloom, we know that we need to handle it with care—but the danger is that we leave it on the shelf and never actually learn to read it well!
It contains remarkable riches in terms of its language, allusions, and theology, and repays careful thought and exposition.
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