Mob Mentality and Scapegoating: Good Friday


“You know the saying, ‘my enemy’s enemy is my friend’? Well, that’s the mantra of scapegoating. If we all know who our common enemy is, then for as long as it takes us to hunt them down and kill them, we can set aside, or otherwise live with, the tensions that would normally drive us to turn on one another. All we need is a common enemy, and all else will be well. And, for that first Holy Week, Jesus became the common enemy. But the next question is, Why?”

Read the sermon script here:

http://baptistbookworm.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/mob-mentality-and-scapegoating.html

Listen to the sermon here:

https://soundcloud.com/bloomsbury-1/2017-04-good-friday-simon-woodman

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