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Sermon Clip: Extravagant Forgiveness, Extravagant Love

Sermon Clip: Extravagant Forgiveness, Extravagant Love

Greg Boyd had the wonderful opportunity to guest speak at a great church in Carlisle, PA called Carlisle BIC. He spoke on the topic of forgiveness and love.

In this short clip, Greg describes how a prostitute was being judged by the Pharisees, but Jesus came to her rescue.

You can listen to the full sermon here: http://carlislebic.org/podcast/love-does/

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