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Lectionary Sermon for June 9, 2019, Pentecost Sunday, Year C, on Acts 2: 1-21

Two questions for you about Pentecost. First question… Is the Acts version of the story a factual account? – and the second: Does it set us up for our journey as followers of Christ? Perhaps only one of these questions … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for May 19, 2016, Pentecost Sunday, Year C, on Acts 2: 1-21

Two questions for you about Pentecost.  The first question.   Is the story a factual account? – and the second:  Does it set us up for our journey as followers of Christ?   Perhaps only one of these questions matters. If we … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for May 19, 2013, Pentecost Sunday, Year C, on Acts 2: 1-21

If we were honest, many of us might admit that assuming the version of Pentecost in Acts is intended to be factually accurate, there are some parts of the story line that don’t quite add up. As the drama unfolds … Continue reading

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