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One Way to Approach…, Proper 26 (A) – 2008

November 02, 2008

One way to approach scripture is by asking ourselves two questions. “What’s going on here?” is the first. It forces us to delve a little deeper, to see if we can get a handle on the passage in question and really understand it. The second question is “What does that mean for us?” This question […]

Looking at Christmas, Christmas 1 – 2007

December 30, 2007

I once watched a television program on the theoretical physicist, Richard Feynman. It was said that he had the finest mind since Einstein. He had worked on the Manhattan Project, taught at the California Institute of Technology, and as a final project, had served on the commission that investigated the Challenger disaster. The TV program […]

As It Says in Today’s…, Proper 14 (C) – 2007

August 12, 2007

As it says in today’s reading from Hebrews: “Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.” Have you ever noticed that so many of the words Christianity uses are little words? Little words packed with big meanings. Words like God, Christ, love, sin, and the word for today: […]

Well, Here We Are…, Easter 2 (C) – 2007

April 15, 2007

Alleluia! Christ is risen! The Lord is risen indeed! Alleluia! Well, here we are again on Thomas Sunday. Good old doubting Thomas. Thomas could be the patron saint of modern people. Thomas was reported to have been a twin, and it’s possible he was an identical twin—as such, he would have known all about mistaken […]

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