By Samuel G. Dawson
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Composed of excerpts from the cassette album The Teaching of Jesus, © 1990 by Samuel G. Dawson
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Copyright © 1997 by Samuel G. Dawson
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Samuel G. Dawson
A prevalent theme in the teaching of Jesus was his
constant elevation of the importance of one's treatment of his
fellowman over his
formal religious service.
This is most easily seen in Mt. 9.13 , where Jesus told the Pharisees, who objected to his
associating with publicans and sinners:
This booklet is composed of excerpts from the cassette album The Teaching of Jesus by Samuel G. Dawson