The gospel of Luke is an orderly account of the of the disruption of the order of the day. From the birth of the Son of Man to the burning hearts on the road to Emmaus, Luke’s gospel tells us that when the reign of God breaks in, everything is turned upside down. Those who are on the outside become centered: children, women, tax collectors, and sinners. The best example of a loving God is a mixed race Samaritan.
Luke’s gospel: radical love.
- What’s your definition of “radical love?”
- How have you experienced those on the outside becoming centered?