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    John J. Pilch
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The fifty-six essays in this book present cultural reflections on the gospel reading assigned for each Sunday in. .

The fifty-six essays in this book present cultural reflections on the gospel reading assigned for each Sunday in Cycle A of the Roman Lectionary. With this background information, readers can make more fitting applications of the Scripture to modern life situations. Used as an aid in preaching, Lectionary-based catechesis, Scripture study, or for the interest and knowledge it brings, The Cultural World of Jesus.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The fifty-six essays in this book present cultural reflections on the gospel reading assigned for each Sunday in Cycle C of the Roman Lectionary. Each essay highlights aspects of the first-century.

The fifty-six essays in this book present cultural reflections on the gospel reading assigned for each Sunday in.

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Publication: The Liturgical Press, 1997Description: 171 . SBN: 0-8146-2288-7. Dewey: 264 P637cSubject: Библия. Евангелия - История современных событий, Bible. Gospels - History of contemporary events Ближний (Средний) Восток - Цивилизация до 622г. Near (Middle) East - Civilization - To 622 Библия. Евангелия - Литургические уроки, Bible. Gospels - Liturgical lessons, English Библия. Евангелия - Размышления, Bible.

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The fifty-six essays in this book present cultural reflections on the gospel reading assigned for each Sunday in Cycle A of the Roman Lectionary. Each essay highlights aspects of the first-century, Eastern Mediterranean cultural world in which Jesus lived and suggests across-cultural comparison with contemporary Western culture. With this background information, readers can make more fitting applications of the Scripture to modern life situations.

Used as an aid in preaching, Lectionary-based catechesis, Scripture study, or for the interest and knowledge it brings, The Cultural World of Jesus will add form and substance to your understanding of the Word that dwelt among us."

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Amerikan_Volga
This series of books (there is one for each cycle [A/B/C] of the Catholic Liturgy) prove very useful for religious education and RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) classes. Each week of the year is represented, with each week having a homily based on the gospel (NOTE: the essays are concerned ONLY with the Gospel reading, and not the 1st or 2nd readings for that same liturgical week) reading for that week. Each essay(homily) attempts to give the reader a feel for the Mediterranean culture that was representative of the palestinian region that Jesus inhabited during His ministry. These books will give the reader invaluable insight into Jesus' times and culture and will be sure to give the reader a better look at Jesus' parables and what they meant for people at that time. It is also a nice tool for people to have to supplement their weekly Bible study, as people can follow the liturgical year at home on their own or in a group (which makes this book an excellent resource for Bible study groups).
Siatanni
This book, like the cycle A and C books, deals with the Gospel readings for the Cycle B year of the Latin Rite Catholic lectionary. It gives pertinent information on the Mediteranean culture and the times in which Jesus lived. This allows us a deeper insight into Jesus' teachings, and their meanings. This is therefore, a very valuable resource for those working in RCIA, adult education, religious education or for someone who just wants a deeper understanding of the Gospels. Each week is covered by an essay ranging from two to four pages in length. It is written in very easy to understand language making the whole learning process easier andmore enjoyable. I highly recommend this set of books.
Fani
I have not read the whole of this book as that is not how it is to be used. Instead, each week I read it in conjunction with the text it refers to and a commentary on the text. The book is written in a way that is easy to understand. I am finding it very useful in providing a picture of the background of the text and so am better able to apply the reading to a present day context.
Dishadel
Quick read giving insights into each week's gospel reading, based on the culture at the time of Christ. I've enjoyed cycle c's book, purchased cycle a's a few month's ahead of time.
FailCrew
Just the book I think every Bible study facilitator/teacher should read. How can we fully understand the Scriptures and Jesus' teaching if we have no understanding of the culture in which he lived and taught? I highly recommend this book.
White_Nigga
Good reference book.
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This book is perfect for anyone wanting to learn more about the culture of times during Christ's life. It helps to open our minds to how the people experienced the world around them and how Christ related to them and vice-versa.
This is an excellent choice for background information pertinent to the Sunday Gospels. It gives you an excellent reference to put the reading in context. Coupled with a good homily you will get much more out of the Sunday readings. For a full reference to any book of the Bible try the Collegeville Bible Commentaries.