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Preparing for Reformation Sunday? Some of these posts might be useful:

Echoing the Divine Plea: “I Lay Before You Life and Death. Choose Life!”

What if we won’t ever really understand Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection until we understand that God is dead?

Enough with “A Mighty Fortress” Already! Sing a New Song!

95 Theses for the Twenty-first Century

Freedom from What?  All this Reforming is Wearing Me Out!

What Darwin Never Knew

A Reformation Day Nailing to the Internet – John Shelby Spong

A Prayer for Reformation – Thomas Berry

  1. There’s that word, ransom? – a progressive view of ransom – Mark 10:35-45 Leave a reply
  2. The View from Job’s Dung-heap: Peering Beyond the Heavens Toward a Theory of Everything? Leave a reply
  3. MORNING BREW: Painting the Stars Leave a reply
  4. Giving Up GOD? – BREWDINGS over a Pint Leave a reply
  5. Eternal Life: no beginning and no end! Mark 10:17-31 2 Replies
  6. The Blessing of Michael’s Story – a Thanksgiving Leave a reply
  7. To Whom Shall We Go to Say Thank-you? – Thanksgiving Sunday sermons Leave a reply
  8. Feed the Wolves – a sermon for St. Francis Sunday – Matthew 6:25-30 Leave a reply
  9. Weeds Upon the Altar Leave a reply
  10. Beyond Christianity’s Imperial Endings – Mark 16 the Long and the Short of It?- a sermon for Mountain Sunday 6 Replies
  11. Encountering the Divinity Within Us – Mark 9:30-37 Leave a reply
  12. Life is a Gift – LOVE is the point! a sermon for Homecoming Sunday Leave a reply
  13. Jesus ain’t no super-hero! Leave a reply
  14. A Spirituality of Work – Labour Sunday – a sermon Matthew 5:13-16 Leave a reply
  15. As Labour Day Weekend approaches: some thoughts about Work: a job? a profession? or LOVE made visible! 1 Reply
  16. Progressive Christianity and the Church?- BRUNCHtalks 9 Leave a reply
  17. Jesus the Christ? – BRUNCHtalks 8 Leave a reply
  18. Prayer Changes Us – BRUNCHtalks 7 Leave a reply
  19. Spiritual AND Religious – a sermon for Pentecost 12B – John 6:35,41-51 Leave a reply