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A Christmas Day Reflection by Bill Peddie

Would you be insulted if someone called you a heretic? Today I want to suggest that not all heresy should be condemned out of hand, and when it comes to Christmas, the occasional heretic might have something to teach us. … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for 26 October 2014 on Matthew 22: 34 – 36

GETTING BACK TO THE BASICS Earlier this year, under the direction of the present Pope, the Vatican released its list of priests defrocked over the last ten years. These were for the most part priests fired for child molestation and … Continue reading

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Lloyd Geering – Distinguished Theologian and Sometime Heretic.

One of the unfortunate consequences of being a pioneer is that pointing to new paths does not endear you to those comfortable with the safer well-trodden tracks. Professor Lloyd Geering is now seen as more mainstream than he was to … Continue reading

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A METHODIST WITH A PUZZLE ABOUT PAPAL INFALLIBILITY

I need help from an informed Catholic. As a Methodist looking at a bit of Roman Catholic theology that I do not understand, I need someone to tell me where I am going wrong on my interpretation of Papal infallibility. … Continue reading

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HERESY AT EASTER

Such a lot of heretics, so little firewood. When we look at an individual case of heresy in the Christian Church we might be astounded at the temerity of an individual daring to question what so many take to be … Continue reading

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