Naked & Enrobed

November 20th, 2012| Topic: aBeLOG, Mark | 0

Naked <em>&</em> Enrobed

That’s right: Naked & Enrobed!

Yup, that was one of my recent sermons.

Actually, the full title was The Naked Runaway and the Enrobed Reporter!

On one of the most obscure texts of the New Testament.

A young man was following Him,
wearing a linen clothe over [his] nakedness;
and they seized him.
But he abandoned the linen cloth
and fled naked.
Mark 14:51

Well, if you want to know more about this unfortunate gentleman’s wardrobe malfunction, go here, and click on “Naked & Enrobed” for a video of the sermon delivered last month at Dallas Seminary’s Chafer Chapel.

And if you are interested in the nuts and bolts of the engine on which the sermonic vehicle runs, go here, and check out the appropriate article (“The Naked Runaway and the Enrobed Reporter of Mark 14 and 16: What is the Author Doing with What He is Saying?”). That was published in the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society in 2011.

Happy viewing (and reading)!

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