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Lectionary Sermon for 28 May, 2017 (Easter 7 Year A) on John 17:1-11

On Being At One In recent days the terrorist bombing at Manchester targeting a group including children is a stark reminder of just how nasty the terrorists can get. Two thousand years after Christ walked the dusty paths of Palestine, … Continue reading

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Somewhat to my surprise I find myself agreeing with something that Donald Trump says about Syria! According to POTUS (not to mention Fox) there is evidently a bad unpopular leader in the Syrian affair who represents a minority, is responsible for … Continue reading

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A Lectionary Sermon for 29 November 2015 Advent 1 C on Luke 21: 25 -36

In this post-Christian age, at least in this part of the world, the season of Advent usually kicks off with a Santa parade and everlasting soporific Shopping mall music such as Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer, and Snoopy’s Christmas to encourage the … Continue reading

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The Arab Spring – Part 2

The signs for fresh green growth as a consequence of the much vaunted Arab Spring are slow in arriving. In Egypt, the economy already battered by the revolution may have lost 1.7 billion $US according to Egypt’s Central Agency for … Continue reading

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