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Lectionary Sermon for April 2 2017 (Lent 5 A) on John 11:1-45

If I had my time again as a teacher I like to think I would encourage all serious science and history students to read Robert Frost’s poem, “The Road not taken” That poem concerns a traveller walking through the wood, … 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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Lectionary Sermon for April 2 2017 (Lent 5 A) on John 11:1-45

If I had my time again as a teacher I would like to think I would encourage all serious science and history students to read Robert Frost’s poem, “The Road not taken” The poem concerns a traveller walking through the … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for 29 September 2013 on Luke 16: 19 – 31

Early on in the book of Genesis, God confronts Cain to ask him what has happened to his brother. Cain replies indignantly “Am I my brothers keeper?” A good part of the Bible and in particular much of the recorded … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for Easter 2, Year B, 15 April 2012 on John 20: 19 – 31

Thomas the Who Thomas has an incredible amount of bad press over the years and I would go so far to suggest, an undeserved bad press. The expression “a doubting Thomas” has become almost a term of derision. Yet even … Continue reading

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