What is the meaning of the parables of fasting at the wedding feast, the old cloth, and the wineskins?
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S. Michael Houdmann
These parables, found in Mark 2:18-22, begin with a statement that the Pharisees and the disciples of John the Baptist were fasting. The twice-weekly fast was a tradition adopted by the legalistic ...
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