Monthly Archives: December 2020

Through Advent With The Apocalypse: 18/12 – (20) Paul and John, Eschatological Freaks

This Advent, in the Year of the Great Pandemic 2020, it seems appropriate to look at The Apocalypse – that is, The Revelation of John. This is the twentieth of twenty-six short reflections. How do the writings of Paul relate … Continue reading

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Through Advent With The Apocalypse: 17/12 – (19) Praise and Triumph in Messiah

This Advent, in the Year of the Great Pandemic 2020, it seems appropriate to look at The Apocalypse – that is, The Revelation of John. This is the nineteenth of twenty-six short reflections. Yesterday I said I would look at … Continue reading

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Through Advent With The Apocalypse: 16/12 – (18) Radical Left-Wing Apocalyptic Christians

This Advent, in the Year of the Great Pandemic 2020, it seems appropriate to look at The Apocalypse – that is, The Revelation of John. This is the eighteenth of twenty-six short reflections. In modern times the Book of Revelation … Continue reading

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Through Advent With The Apocalypse: 15/12 – (17) Who’s in the Book?

This Advent, in the Year of the Great Pandemic 2020, it seems appropriate to look at The Apocalypse – that is, The Revelation of John. This is the seventeenth of twenty-six short reflections. So, who gets to go to the … Continue reading

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Through Advent With The Apocalypse: 14/12 – (16) The Lake of Fire

This Advent, in the Year of the Great Pandemic 2020, it seems appropriate to look at The Apocalypse – that is, The Revelation of John. This is the sixteenth of twenty-six short reflections. Some of the most judgemental passages in … Continue reading

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Through Advent With The Apocalypse: 13/12 – (15) Judgement and Justice

This Advent, in the Year of the Great Pandemic 2020, it seems appropriate to look at The Apocalypse – that is, The Revelation of John. This is the fifteenth of twenty-six short reflections. John the Divine gives the impression of … Continue reading

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Perfect Freedom

A Sermon Preached Online onThe Third Sunday of Advent, December 13, 2020With the People of The Anglican Church of St. Thomas the Apostle, Kefalas, Crete The readings used were Isaiah 61:1-4, 8-11, Psalm 126, and John 1:6-8, 19-28. The Two … Continue reading

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Through Advent With The Apocalypse: 12/12 – (14) The Idea of Justice

This Advent, in the Year of the Great Pandemic 2020, it seems appropriate to look at The Apocalypse – that is, The Revelation of John. This is the fourteenth of twenty-six short reflections. Michael Sandel is a political philosopher at … Continue reading

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Resources for Worship on Advent III 2020

These are resources for the Third Sunday of Advent on December 13, 2020. The resources are gathered from a variety of sources and, while assembled mainly for The Anglican Church of St Thomas the Apostle, Kefalas, on the island of … Continue reading

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Through Advent With The Apocalypse: 11/12 – (13) “What Have the Romans Ever Done For Us?”

This Advent, in the Year of the Great Pandemic 2020, it seems appropriate to look at The Apocalypse – that is, The Revelation of John. This is the thirteenth of twenty-six short reflections. Edward Gibbon begins his The History of … Continue reading

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