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Year A Proper 28: the rewrite

At first glance, it’s an easy one. The master distributes wealth, gifts, talents. The recipients either put them to work and harvest their reward, or bury them, ignore them, and finally hand them back covered with dirt and none the … Continue reading

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The parable of the talents

While I was growing up, the pretty china with the pink rose pattern lived a life of static beauty in a glass-fronted cabinet in the dining room. We could watch the plates while we ate from the other, everday ones. … Continue reading

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