The lectionary reading for Trinity 2 in Year C is Luke 9.51–62. It consists of a brief narrative of rejection of Jesus, following by a collection of three sayings about the challenge of discipleship—but the significance of this passage also derives from its place within Luke’s overall narrative.
James and Ian discuss the passage, its significance in Luke, and the implications for our preaching, and our understanding of what it means to be a disciple.
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