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If Jesus was putting on a scene in order to convict his disciples of their own exclusionary, xenophobic, racist, sexist, selfish attitudes towards the woman – “Make her go away!” they say. “Make her stop talking” – then we have yet fully to learn our lesson. Continue reading
He tried ignoring her. Then, she was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted. Continue reading