The gospel lectionary reading for Palm Sunday in Year A is Matthew 21.1–11. It offers a distinct change of pace from the passages from the Fourth Gospel we have been exploring in the past few weeks. How do Matthew’s distinct emphases help us understand this story?
John James and Ian as they explore the text and engage with its significance.
For a written exploration, see https://www.psephizo.com/biblical-studies/palm-sunday-in-matthew-21/
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