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N. T. Wright – The Prodigal Son (Luke 15:11-32)

[app_audio src=”″][contentblock id=nt-wright img=html.png]The Parable of the Prodigal Son has been an endless source of fascination and interest for me. It seems like every year I learn something new about this parable that causes me to see the parable in a whole new way.

So I was thrilled to hear what N. T. Wright had to say about the Parable of the Prodigal Son.

I think you will enjoy it too. So let me get of the way so N. T. Wright can do his thing.

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7 responses to “N. T. Wright – The Prodigal Son (Luke 15:11-32)”

  1. Vinny Oliveira Avatar
    Vinny Oliveira

    Yes I totally agree Jeremy! But this year the top was blown off when I learned the actual definition of prodigal and decided they mislabeled that portion of Scripture and it should be the prodigal father 🙂

  2. Ancois Van Zyl Avatar
    Ancois Van Zyl

    Personally I had the experience that the prodigal son is the devil and that he too will be forgiven because that is the God I serve! The other brother is us and 99% of christians will not like this idea.

    1. Vinny Oliveira Avatar
      Vinny Oliveira

      Is the devil a person or lies and accusations?

    2. Ancois Van Zyl Avatar
      Ancois Van Zyl

      Vinny Oliveira where i am today i still believe he is a spirit but I will stay open for the truth

  3. Paul Swilley Avatar
    Paul Swilley

    The devil will not be forgiven that is ridiculous where did you come up with such nonsense Ancois Van Zyl

    1. Ancois Van Zyl Avatar
      Ancois Van Zyl

      Why would you want grace that you dont deserve but doesnt want it for him? I serve a God who believes in forgiveness. He wouldnt expect it of us if he is not willing to do so. The way i understand Col 1:20 is that all he created will be reconciled with God.but like I said 99 persent wont like it.

  4. Ronnie Avatar

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