Monthly Archives: February 2016

Wrong Time, Wrong Place . . .Luke 13:1-9

Lost to us, of course, is the whole backstory about this week’s Gospel. We don’t know what happened. Why would Pilate send in soldiers who killed Galileans as they were apparently engaged in what sounds like a fairly innocuous pursuit—the act of … Continue reading

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Of Valentine’s, Temptation, and Sin

In case you forgot to get a valentine card or gift for someone, you could try this excuse. Since Sundays take precedence over saint’s days, the observation of Valentine’s Day is translated (that’s to say, ‘moved over’) to tomorrow. That … Continue reading

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