That They May All Be One: Celebrating the World Communion of

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Those religious parents gave birth to the next wave of Christian denominations. Palm Sunday commemorates Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem, and Easter commemorates his rising from the dead. Being clear that one is not endorsing specific moral flaws, and having one’s eyes wide open about the calculation, is not an internal threat to the Church. According to common Protestant lore, the person was too tempted by sinful passion to forgo God's remedy of marriage.

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Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press (June 2, 2010)

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