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Jesus and the Adulteress

Jesus and the Adulteress Homily at St. John of God Church, San Francisco January 31, 2010 by Deacon Brian Bromberger A couple moved into a new neighborhood.

New Light from the Protevangelium Jacobi

Caught in the Act: Mary and the Adulteress New Light from the Protevangelium Jacobi

Bible Study: The Gospel of John Chapter 8

At that moment in verses 1 through 11, who does Christ judge in this situation with the adulteress and the men of law? 6. Does Christ ignore the sin in the lives of "experts in the law," the Pharisees, and the adulteress?

Jesus and the Adulteress Woman

Jesus and the Adulteress Woman . John 8:2-11 . Introduction: In John 8, Jesus has another run in with the Pharisees. They bring Him a woman who has been caught in adultery.

Woman as Witch in Anne Sexton’s “Her Kind”

In her essay, "Anne Sexton: Poetry as Therapy," and following Middlebrook's model, Sarah Stephy explores the three roles of woman depicted in the poem, one for each stanza: the 'possessed witch,' the "housewife persona" and the "adulteress."

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The Pericope de Adultera

Jesus and the Adulteress . A Textual Commentary . on the . Greek Gospels . Vol. 4b . The Pericope de Adultera: Jo 7:53 - 8:11 (Jesus and the Adulteress)

Prostitution in the context of Christianity

contains a harlot, an adulteress and a seductress. Jesus is said to eat with harlots and tax-collectors, and he warns the religious leaders of his time that these harlots

An Economic Approach to Adultery Law

... of modern American law. 16 The commandment is Exodus 20:14: " Thou shalt not commit adultery," with specifics in Leviticus 20:10:"And the man that committeth adultery with another man's wife, even he that committeth adultery with his neighbour's wife, the adulterer and the adulteress shall surely be ...


9 Foreword The Minor Prophets, numbering twelve, are so-called not because they are of less importance than the four Major Prophets. They are called Minor Prophets because they are shorter in length than the Major Prophets, viz., Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel.