Sermons from June 2016

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Sermon Proper 8 Lectionary 13 C 2016 Luke 9:51-62; Galatians 5:1, 13-15

Who do you think the world would be better off without? It’s a tough question, isn’t it, if we’re really going to be honest? Though, it doesn’t seem too tough of a question for James and John.   Jesus has set his face toward Jerusalem – a strange phrase that Luke uses here that seems […]

Sermon Proper 5 Lectionary 10 C 2016 Luke 7:11-17, 1 Kings 17:17-24

[Click here for video] There’s a literary technique that can be helpful in interpreting Biblical texts, namely, that one can come to understand a character through the first thing that character says. In the case of the Gospel of Luke, the first thing we hear from Jesus is when he’s 12 years old and he […]