The doctrine of the Trinity is a paradox. We totally hate paradoxes. The real question is why we expect someone else to understand it better than we do. Why we struggle to explain this weird doctrine Trinity Sunday C | John 16:12-15 Photo by Juan Pablo Arenas from Pexels We were at work, setting up the Barnes & Noble […]
Dealing with love isn’t just for weddings: it gets to the very nature of God. From the Presiding Bishop’s sermon at the royal wedding last week to the Pentecost itself, we’re finding the very nature of God isn’t out there and other, but right here among, in, the very binding of us together. What actually […]
When we take the Great Commission as our marching orders, we often make the same mistakes about Jesus the first disciples made. A journey through life in active relationship First Sunday after Pentecost | Matthew 28:16-20 These are the last words in the gospel of Matthew. Words which are often referred to as “the Great […]
These first Followers of the Way kept telling the story. They seemed to know that the story was important. That the story was what they were to share. Story, Trinity, and living our theology Trinity Sunday | John 16: 12-15 The full text and audio may be downloaded above.
…in the Lifting Up and in the Groundwork Trinity Sunday B / John 3:1−17 Because that is what GOD does. GOD loves the world; GOD loves creation and the people and wants better for us. We remember that this is about GOD, and what GOD is doing. And GOD loves it all, not just some […]