Category Archives: The human family

Palm Sunday: the Passion of Jesus

He died. Just as any of us do. For some of the people standing there, it was a huge disappointment. No new era of reign of God appeared. Just one more human life snuffed out. Call him an itinerant preacher, … Continue reading

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Jesus Wept

When I read the raising of Lazarus, it strikes me how I have come to appreciate it differently over time. I have always been deeply touched by what my grandmother taught me was the shortest verse in the Bible, “Jesus … Continue reading

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To be Changed into His Likeness

Some years ago when I was preaching at a Lenten Series supper and Evensong at Saint Andrew’s, Tioga, I preached a sermon about moral and ethical theology. After the service, the late George Williams came up to me and said … Continue reading

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Money the Root of All Evil?

There is a hopeful theme of restoration in the first lesson from Jeremiah. The promise is that a day will come when the land will no longer be occupied and the deed will be good. So, like a few years … Continue reading

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