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Lectionary Sermon for December 9 2018 Advent 2 C based on Luke 3: 1-6

I guess I am risking an argument when I say I am disappointed that Bible literalists and atheists sell the Bible short when they assume that the Bible was written with the intention of being read as all literally true. … Continue reading

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Lectionary sermon 11 December 2016 (Advent 3 A) on Matthew 11:2-11

To me the biggest contrast between modern Christians and the earliest stories of followers of Jesus is that all too often these days the emphasis has become centred on what happens in acts of Church worship. This seems far removed … Continue reading

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Lectionary sermon for 11 December 2016 (Advent 3 A) on Matthew 11:2-11

To me the biggest contrast between modern Christians and the earliest stories of followers of Jesus is that all too often these days the emphasis has become centred on what happens in acts of Church worship. This seems far removed … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for 24 February 2013 (Lent 2) on Luke 13: 31 – 35

Let’s see. Here we have the living example of wisdom and kindness, Jesus, going around helping the poor and the rejected and sick and the lame and the blind and yet we are being in effect told that, far from … Continue reading

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A Lectionary Sermon for December 9 2012 Advent 2 C based on Luke 3: 1-6

Our understanding of the emerging story of Jesus and the early Church is greatly enhanced by the scholarship of the author of the gospel of Luke, who many also understand to be the author of the Book of Acts. Yet … Continue reading

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