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Master of Arts in Theology
School of Theology and Seminary
Biblical Studies | Christianity | Liturgy and Worship | Practical Theology
The purpose of this paper is to justify the interpretation of Luke's Mission of the Seventy (10:1-24) and the parable of the Good Samaritan (10:25-37) through a Eucharistic hermeneutic, thereby considering the possibility of reading the parable of the Good Samaritan as an act of social justice which flowed from a Eucharistic meal occurring in the pericope of the Mission of the Seventy. This paper focuses on the Lukan connection between Eucharist and justice and concludes in a modern application.
Witek, Kristin, "The Bread of Life and a Hunger for Justice: A Eucharistic Reading of Luke 10:1-37" (2003). School of Theology and Seminary Graduate Papers/Theses. 1427.
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