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Lectionary Sermon for 29 September 2019 on Luke 16: 19 – 31

The Eye roll for the Collective Blind Spot The literal meaning of the word blind spot is that each eye needs a spot in the light detecting part of the eye, the retina, where the optic nerve leaves the eye. … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for 25 September 2016 on Luke 16: 19 – 31

The Collective Blind-Spot                                                                                                  Early on in the book of Genesis, the writer has God confronting Cain to ask him what has happened to his brother. Cain replies indignantly “Am I my brother’s keeper?” A good part of the Bible and … Continue reading

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First Thoughts on the Lectionary Sermon for August 21, 2011 Matthew 16: 13 – 20

But It’s Not About the Son of God! (?) First Thoughts on the Lectionary Sermon for Sunday August 21, 2011 Matthew 16: 13 – 20.   A couple of years ago I commissioned a side panel for the notice board outside … Continue reading

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