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    Whose Vineyard Is It, Anyway?   A sermon by Dr. Philip W. McLarty Presbyterian   Matthew 21:33-46   Proper 22 (Ordinary Time 27) Year A   Exegesis for Matthew 21:33-46   If you have problems printing this sermon, click here     SERMON: Matthew 21:33-46   Let’s thi
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    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION The intent of this pericope requires and evokes interpretive moves that go beyond the conventions of a commentary. This exegesis, of course, makes much use of the rich tradition
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