Monthly Archives: May 2016

Trinity 1: Cult or Covenant?

As we enter into the long months of the summer ordinary season, we are given 2 sets of readings to choose between. The gospel passage remains the same but the allocation of  the Old Testament passage depends on whether we … Continue reading

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Three in One: Holy Trinity!

Well, the hardest date in the preaching calendar is upon us, Trinity Sunday, and I can’t help but feel as if the words should really be used as some kind of 1960s Batman and Robin expletive! Trinity Sunday is the … Continue reading

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Paul and Silas

This is a story of bondage. The slave girl is in bondage to her ‘owners’, she is also bound by a ‘spirit of divination’- she is a veritable Cassandra, whose fortune telling abilities have made quite a fortune for her owners. … Continue reading

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