Tag Archives: Easter Sunday

Sermon: Why I disagree with Israel Folau

It is only when we accept that God’s love is for us and for everyone that the news of the empty tomb becomes for us not simply an idle tale but the beginning of new life. Continue reading

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Sermon: The story continues

maybe Smith does fit in this year’s telling of the Easter story. After all, there’s no doubt that he has failed, fallen short of what has been expected of him. And one of the things that the Easter story reminds us is that all human beings do fail. Part of being human is stuffing up. Continue reading

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Sermon: God’s NO to violence

Throughout history, even today, attempts have been made to convince people that God endorses violence and that murder can be done in God’s name. Continue reading

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Sermon: Not just an idle tale!

Has Jesus’ resurrection initiated that world of peace and justice, or are we just repeating an idle tale? Continue reading

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Sermon: Multiple Happy Endings

Sermon for Williamstown Easter Sunday, the 20th of April, 2014 Matthew 28:1-10 Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! This is the message at the heart of Easter; the affirmation at the heart of the Christian faith; the eucatastrophe (one … Continue reading

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