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Sarah Larenas

Throughout the Gospels Jesus is constantly being questioned and setup to say something to justify the authorities arresting him.  Rather than the religious leaders confronting him personally this week’s passage reveals they sent their henchmen to do their dirty work.  They disciples of the Pharisees and Herodians.  They ask Jesus and impossible question to answer without incriminating himself.  Jesus then turns the tables on them and shows once again to

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Sarah Larenas

Matthew 21:33-46 narrates the closing portion of Jesus' dispute in the temple with the chief priests and Pharisees that began in Matthew 21:23. Although this wasn't the first clash between Jesus and the religious leaders after his arrival in Jerusalem, he had not been in the city long (Matthew 21:12-17). The altercation began when the priests and elders approached Jesus and asked, "By what authority are you doing these things,

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Sarah Larenas

Matthew 21:33-46 narrates the closing portion of Jesus' dispute in the temple with the chief priests and Pharisees that began in Matthew 21:23. Although this wasn't the first clash between Jesus and the religious leaders after his arrival in Jerusalem, he had not been in the city long (Matthew 21:12-17). The altercation began when the priests and elders approached Jesus and asked, "By what authority are you doing these things,

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