Jeremy of Hacking Christianity thinks so. His interpretation is at least plausible, based on the original Greek. If he’s right, the point of the story may have something to do with gossip and slander, and the “sinner(s)” in the story may not be who you think! (H/T: James McGrath)
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Have We Been Reading the Story of Zacchaeus Wrong?
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Thanks for the link…and a new blog to read (yours, not mine)!
You’re quite welcome, UMJeremy.