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Lectionary Sermon for June 25, 2017, on Matthew 10:24-39

There are some passages in the Gospels that are just plain awkward. The first impression of today’s passage from Chapter 10 in the gospel of Matthew is that at the very least this passage hardly fits the traditional artist’s image … Continue reading

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Lectionary sermon for 28 September 2014 on Matthew 21: 23-32)

Jesus’ parables are generally easy to follow but not all are simply vivid and memorable stories. According to the gospel accounts, Jesus, the master of creative story-telling, is recorded as telling the parable in a form that everyone listening could … Continue reading

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First Thoughts on Next Sunday’s Sermon (7 August) Joseph andThe Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat – Take Two

THOUGHTS STIMULATED BY GENESIS 37: 1-28 Anyone who thinks Old Testament stories are inferior to modern stories must have overlooked the story of Joseph. Joseph has long been one of my favourites and I guess in part because it is a … Continue reading

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