149: Love One Another (New Testament Lesson 23)

“Love One Another, As I Have Loved You”

 

Class Member Reading: Luke 22:1-38; John 13-14

Additional Reading: Matthew 26:1–5, 14–35Mark 14:1–2, 10–31.

Scripture Chain: Matthew 26:26–28; Luke 22:19–20; 3 Nephi 18:5–12; D&C 20:77, 79

 

The message to love one another permeates Jesus’ ministry, but never more intimately and fully than during the last days of his ministry. This episode discusses the differing meanings of love and its relationship to service and covenant renewal, especially during the sacrament.

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Julie, Phil, and Jim join the class.

Resources

Mormon Women Project Lesson 23

You can access the Annotated Reading here (or PDF).

You can access the Lesson Notes here (or PDF).

Latest Comments

  1. Steadie says:

    You commented on the Annotated reading around Luke 22: 19-22, “This is one of the most important textual variants in the New Testament.” What variants are you talking about? I cannot follow the argument of possible missing verses and inserting from I Cor.11.

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    • Jared Anderson says:

      The second half of 22:19 and all of 22:20 are not original to Luke. The words “which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me.’ And he did the same with the cup after supper, saying, ‘This cup that is poured out for you is the new covenant in my blood” were added, apparently from 1 Cor. 11.

      Without these verses there is no theology of vicarious atonement in Luke, which is why I said this is one of the most important textual variants in the New Testament.

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  2. Steve Christensen says:

    There is no audio link in this post
    Am I missing it?

    Steve

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  3. Jared Anderson says:

    Steve, thanks for letting me know. It is now fixed.

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