Tag Archives: Lloyd Geering

Easter Sunday Sermon for 2017 (Year A)

It seems to me we it would be good to find our own personal answers to two questions about Easter. The first one is that perennial question – do we believe that Jesus was resurrected so that in some sense … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for Easter Sunday 27 March 2016 on Luke 24: 1-12

“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 there should be a supplementary … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon 9 August 2015 on1 Kings 19: 1-15 Pr 14 Year B

The lectionary reading chosen for today’s message is one of the optional Old Testament readings from the lectionary. This is a purely personal choice because I happen to find the story more interesting! Today’s story from the life of Elijah … Continue reading

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Easter Sunday Sermon for 2014 (Year A)

Easter Sunday, globally by far the most important festival in the Christian year, has also become the most variable, with a profusion of religious customs and impressive occasions, most of which represent sincere attempts to demonstrate and celebrate the significance … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for Easter Sunday 31 March 2013 on Luke 24: 1-12

“Christ is risen!” And they all replied….. “Christ is risen indeed”. Although a good part of the world’s Christian population would probably be comfortable making such a response, if there should be a supplementary question, “What do you mean by … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon 12 August 2012 on 1 Kings 19: 1-15 Pr 14 Year B

The lectionary reading chosen for today’s message is one of the optional Old Testament readings from the lectionary.  This is a purely personal choice because I happen to find the story more interesting! Today’s story from the life of Elijah follows … 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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