Monthly Archives: September 2019

Sermon: God must be crazy!

The problem is that Jesus is willing to eat with tax-collectors and sinners, to relate to them as people, to see them as beloved human beings, before they demonstrate any repentance at all. Continue reading

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Reflection: Carrying the Cross

What we are seeing with the federal Religious Discrimination Bill is a last, desperate, attempt by Australian churches to hold on to the privilege and possessions that Australian Christians used to be able to take for granted: respect from the community, and a place at the tables of politicians. Continue reading

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Sermon: Slavery and Biblical Literalism

If Christians were satisfied with simply ‘believing in the Bible’ we might still be approving slavery. Continue reading

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