Tag Archives: St Paul

Lectionary Sermon for 4 November 2018 on Mark 12: 28 – 34

The Love Puzzle: When we look at the almost world wide universal lack of welcome for refugees from war zones – or the reluctance on the part of the peoples of the world to work for a fair distribution of … Continue reading

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Is Donald Trump a Christian?

One of the sadder features of the US election circus is not so much that it spotlights the leading Presidential contenders – but rather it tells us what drives the true feelings of the voting public. Which brings me to … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for 18 August 2013 (Year C) on Luke 12:49-56

An Unvarnished Truth Until comparatively recently, at least going by the number of books allegedly authored by St Paul, I had always assumed that Paul wrote the biggest single chunk of the New Testament. However when I checked, in terms … Continue reading

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