“Woe unto You, … Hypocrites”
Class Member Reading: Matthew 21-23; John 12:1-8
Additional Reading: Matthew 26:6–13; Mark 11–12;14:3–9; Luke 11:37–51; 19:29–48; 20; John 12:12–18;Bible Dictionary, “Pharisees,” 750; “Sadducees,” 767;“Spikenard,” 776.
Other Reading: Luke 18:9-14
Scripture Chain: Matthew 22:37; Joshua 24:15; 1 Nephi 3:7; Omni 1:26; D&C 4:1–2; D&C 20:37
Some of the harshest condemnation by Jesus is leveled against those he calls “hypocrites”. What does this term mean? What is its opposite, and how do we attain authenticity and honest representation of ourselves? Is there one “Self” to which we can be genuine?
Kimberly and Derek join the class.
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Thanks to James Estrada for postproduction editing and to Marshall McDonald for the bumper music!