Luke 16:2



2 και φωνησας αυτον ειπεν αυτω τι τουτο ακουω περι σου αποδος τον λογον της οικονομιας σου ου γαρ δυνηση ετι οικονομειν

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Napsal(a) Mr. Brian P. David

An etching by Jan Luyken illustrating Luke 16:1-9 in the Bowyer Bible, Bolton, England.

The rich man – representing an extensive understanding of spiritual things – in this verse begins scrutinizing the actions of the steward, who represents an external state of religious life. That internal understanding has to work through external ideas in order to do good things; if that’s not happening, then that external religious state is not right, and will have to be discarded.