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Jun 26, 2007


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Mark Van Steenwyk

Ok. I just have to say that I have thoroughly enjoyed reading this series. All of this background really brings out some of the often-missed subtleties of what it means when Jesus enters the scene. Particularly what it means for him to be the Messiah who proclaims the year of the Lord's favor. And it also has profound implications for our understanding of what it means to be the church--the household of God, who as brothers and sisters in Christ embody a new Kingdom in the spirit of Jubilee.

Michael W. Kruse

Thanks Mark. You anticipate precisely where I'm headed.

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