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Sermon: On death

We don’t need to comfort ourselves with the thought that death isn’t real, because we know that death isn’t the end. Continue reading

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Sermon: Living as though the world were what it should be, to show it what it can be

But as Martin Luther King is quoted as saying: ‘The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice’ Continue reading

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Sermon: Mark the meta-narrator and the hope of resurrection

Mark is writing a meta-narrative, the sort of story that leaps from the page or the screen into the everyday lives of the readers or viewers. Continue reading

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Reflection: The Good News according to Luke

I’m not really preaching a sermon tomorrow. Instead I’m just retelling the story. Sometimes I think that the simple story is all that we need to hear. Sermon for Williamstown Easter Sunday, the 31st of March 2013 Luke 24:1-12 Isaiah … Continue reading

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