Here is the next stage in my analysis of the passages cut from the Sunday Gospels over the three year cycle.
For an explanation, see the first post in the series.
Today, I look at the second half of St Luke's Gospel. Once I have finished St John's, we can start to look at why some passages may have been cut...
As always, passages that have been cut and are not covered by one of the other Gospels are in bold.
The title of this post is doubly relevant (you can work that one out for yourself...)
10 - 17 Healing of Woman on Sabbath: Hypocrites: is there one of you who does not untie his ass on the Sabbath? (St Luke only)
16 Kingdom of heaven stormed... (corresponding passage from St Matthew also cut)
20 - 25 The coming of the Kingdom (corresponding passage from St Matthew also cut)
28 - 30 What of us, who left all...? (corresponding passage from St Matthew also cut)
31- 34 The Son of Man to be handed over... (cut from St Matthew and St Mark as well)