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Lectionary Sermon for Easter Sunday 21 April 2019 on Luke 24: 1-12

Easter Day – Now What? “Christ is risen!” And they all replied….. “Christ is risen indeed”. It is clear that many in the wider Christian Church take it for granted that they are expected to make this response. However if … Continue reading

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Alternative Good Friday Sermon for 19 April 2019 on Luke 23: 32 – 46

Dorothy Sayers once raised the question as to why so many of us react with horror when a cat catches a bird, yet we seem quite unmoved when the infinitely worse horror of the crucifixion is paraded before us in … Continue reading

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Izzy’s Little List

IZZY’S LITTLE LIST A few days ago a congregation member of a local Pentecostal-type mega church told me that their whole congregation had recently prayed for my salvation. Their leaders had discovered that I had a liberal approach to the … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for 14 April 2019 (Palm Sunday) Year C on Luke 19:28-40

You Choose When we read about the significant events in the story of Jesus I guess the easy task would be to decide what the event meant for the key characters. Only then I suspect are we ready for the … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for Lent 5C, 7 April 2019 on John 12: 1-8

FOLLOWING – TO LEARN COSTLY GIVING A casual reading of the stories about Jesus might lead us to assume that all we are required to do as Christians is to announce that we who admire Jesus are now his followers. … Continue reading

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A Suggested Way Through the Mueller Report Impasse

Just a Thought! First we should note the Democrats are unlikely to be appeased by the release of the Mueller Report if it is heavily redacted, particularly since there is a clear danger that critics of Trump will continue to … Continue reading

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