At Home with the Lectionary

Year A, Epiphany 2

January 06, 2023
Year A, Epiphany 2
At Home with the Lectionary
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At Home with the Lectionary
Year A, Epiphany 2
Jan 06, 2023

In this episode, we discuss the readings for the second Sunday after the Epiphany, Year A in the Lectionary cycle: John 1:29-42; 1 Corinthians 1:1-9; Psalm 40:1-12; Isaiah 49:1-7.

We consider Jesus' invitation to "Come and see," the context of the letter to the Corinth, the moving imagery and pathos of the Psalm, and the prophetic pronouncement of Christ's kingship.

Notes:
The Bible Project
--Bible Project's overview of John
--Bible Project's overview of 1 Corinthians
--Bible Project's overview of Isaiah 40ff

--ESV individually bound books of the Bible for journaling
--NT Wright's For Everyone Study Guide on 1 Corinthians
--Gordon Fee's academic commentary on 1 Corinthians
--John Chrysostom's commentary on 1 Corinthians
--Ancient Christian commentary on Scripture - 1 Corinthians
--New International Greek Testament Commentary on 1 Corinthians

Our outro music is an original song by our friend Dcn. Jeremiah Webster, a poet and professor whose giftedness is rivaled by his humbleness. You can find his published works, including After So Many Fires, with a quick Google.

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In this episode, we discuss the readings for the second Sunday after the Epiphany, Year A in the Lectionary cycle: John 1:29-42; 1 Corinthians 1:1-9; Psalm 40:1-12; Isaiah 49:1-7.

We consider Jesus' invitation to "Come and see," the context of the letter to the Corinth, the moving imagery and pathos of the Psalm, and the prophetic pronouncement of Christ's kingship.

Notes:
The Bible Project
--Bible Project's overview of John
--Bible Project's overview of 1 Corinthians
--Bible Project's overview of Isaiah 40ff

--ESV individually bound books of the Bible for journaling
--NT Wright's For Everyone Study Guide on 1 Corinthians
--Gordon Fee's academic commentary on 1 Corinthians
--John Chrysostom's commentary on 1 Corinthians
--Ancient Christian commentary on Scripture - 1 Corinthians
--New International Greek Testament Commentary on 1 Corinthians

Our outro music is an original song by our friend Dcn. Jeremiah Webster, a poet and professor whose giftedness is rivaled by his humbleness. You can find his published works, including After So Many Fires, with a quick Google.

Collect
John 1:29-42
1 Corinthians 1:1-9
Psalm 40:1-12
Isaiah 49:1-7