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Do you remember the story of Jesus and the Samaritan Woman? Well, these three children are sharing the story in an adorable way. One of my favorite stories in the bible is the one where Jesus had an encounter with a Samaritan woman. So much can be taken from that story. But I love the story so much because one of the lessons that it taught me is how I can love people who are different than I am.

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Artist: Kingsley Goonatilleke. One of the top-most artists in Sri Lanka,Kingsley Goonatilleke supervised the reconstruction of the Temple of the Tooth in Kandy after it was bombed by the Tamil Tigers.

The artist took ten years to reflect over the fourth chapter of John, making many sketches. He took two more years to make it. It was inaugurated in Introduction The same introduction is included on all five videos in which Father Pieris describes Jesus and Mary as portrayed by Buddhist artists.

It lasts one minute and forty-five seconds. These artistic works of Buddhists interpreting Christianity are based on a missiological principle which is the contrary of the traditional missiology. In the traditional missiology, the Church tells the Buddhist who Christ is.

We do the opposite; we ask the Buddhists who Christ is. They tell us who Christ is, and in that dialogue they tell us not only who Christ is for them, but also who Christ is for us in Asia.

This is a kind of dialogue with artists who believe in another religion but find Christ as an excellent object of artistic appreciation and of religious devotion. All these people who have made these depictions of Christ and Mary in murals, in clay, or in paintings have given us a message: if we want to speak of Christ, even among ourselves, there is a language to be used. And these Buddhists have given us the language. The statue behind us is made of clay. It took many years to work on it, also to study the scriptural content of this message: the Samaritan woman meeting Jesus at the well, and Jesus asking for water.

Here we show the Samaritan woman actually giving the water. There is a symbol here which the artist and I after two years of dialogue and discussion of the scriptural text, came to realize [was necessary. Now actually this probably never happened.

John dramatizes the conversion of Samaria to Christ [which took place] after the resurrection. I think John wants to show the remarriage of Samaria to God, to Yahweh.

And this is the message that we tried to unfathom reading the fourth chapter of Saint John, the fourth Gospel. Samaria had five shrines to false gods; it apostatized; it left Yahweh. So this scene brings back the conversion of Samaria in the person of this woman. The woman is shown to be giving water, actually, while Jesus is receiving the water bent down, with hands cupped. Now there is a historical background, an Asian background to this. So they pour water and they cup their hands and drink it.

Now [that is] what we want to show here. The artist and I came to this conclusion: Here Jesus reveals himself as Yahweh in his humility; he becomes lower than the lowest. It means: Yahweh, God, you bend down in humility before me, that gesture of humbleness, just to make me feel great. We want to show that: the Samaritan woman, rejected, became someone because God was able to bend down, like a low-caste woman, lower than her, and asking for water and drinking in that manner to show that scriptural text in the Psalms, which the Greeks could not understand.

There was power; here there is humility. The Hebrew text I take because it is the text that the Jews still pray with. Our God is humble, and this struck the minds of everybody here, Christian and non-Christian. Here there is a God who is humble, God who joined the sinners and was baptized among sinners, God who in Jesus would be crucified with sinners.

His first public act [baptism at Jordan] and his last public act [baptism on Calvary] was just a reflection of God who is humble. This is the message that is given through this statue. Abhishiktananda Centre for Interreligious Dialogue.

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The Woman at the Well

When Jesus speaks with the Samaritan woman in John , is the passage about her husbands literal, or symbolic of the five different tribes that were settled in her town? The Samaritan woman, unlike other individuals who speak with Jesus in the Gospel of John, is never named. Some interpreters have taken this anonymity as an invitation to view her as an abstraction, a symbol of Samaria itself. If she is a symbol, the thinking goes, then surely her five husbands could represent the five locations in Samaria that settlers are supposed to have been brought according to 2Kings

Artist: Kingsley Goonatilleke. One of the top-most artists in Sri Lanka,Kingsley Goonatilleke supervised the reconstruction of the Temple of the Tooth in Kandy after it was bombed by the Tamil Tigers.

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JESUS Loves: Woman At The Well

Jesus explains to a Samaritan woman at a well how God's Word and truth is living water that unlike earthly water, gives a person everlasting This download is not intended for mass distribution. Samaritan Woman Download Share Your browser does not support the audio element. English View other 21 Languages. See More. Discussion Questions How does Jesus engage the woman in a spiritual discussion? Where does he start?

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In those days, Jews and Samaritans hated each other. Yet Jesus talks with this Samaritan woman offering her living water. This download is not intended for mass distribution. English View other Languages. See More. Discussion Questions How do you think Jesus knew about the woman's past? How do you think the woman felt when Jesus told her He was the Messiah?

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4 Amazing Things We Can Learn from the Woman at the Well

Please check the reference to make sure it is correct. The Samaritan Woman. Jesus, tired from his journey, sat down there at the well.

Three Adorable Children Share The Story About Jesus And The Samaritan Woman At The Well

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