Monthly Archives: May 2012

Servants No-longer but Friends Part 2

Servants No-longer but Friends Part 2.

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Servants No-longer but Friends Part 1

Servants No-longer but Friends Part 1.

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Servants No-longer but Friends Part 2

In my recent blog entry Imaging Text I observed that as we move from the age of the printed word into the digital age it is images not words that matter. To be more exact its imaged words or word … Continue reading

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Servants No-longer but Friends Part 1

In early February of this year I was invited to preach at St Mark’s Cathedral, Minneapolis. My visit also coincided with a seminar day being given my Diana Butler-Bass a well known writer on contemporary  matters affecting the present day … Continue reading

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Being Loved Comes Before Loving

To use one of Jesus’ favorite preaching techniques, i.e. hyperbole, the art of overstatement, I feel that if all we had was John 15 then we would have enough to form the basis of Christian Community. THis is community based … Continue reading

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Imaging Text

Since the invention of the printing press words have overtaken images as the coinage for understanding our relationship with God. As we move further into the digital age once again words are giving way to images. It is no longer enough for … Continue reading

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