- Feb 14, 2020
Imagine a World ...
The law is meant to be life-giving. Life-giving for you, and for your neighbour. We don’t always think of law that way. Sometimes it’s like we’ve developed an allergic reaction to words like commandment and obedience that are sprinkled throughout today’s readings. We think of laws as restrictive, necessary perhaps, but more of a restraint than something positive. We associate the law with rules and regulations, with law courts and with our justice system. We hear politici
- Feb 12, 2020
Who Do You Say I Am?
(A sermon shared with divinity students at Huron College in London) Two questions. Two questions that sound similar at first, but really are very different. “Who do people say that I am?” That’s the first question. “Who do you say that I am?” There’s the second. Similar, but different. Just to get a feel for the difference, let me use myself as an example. If I were to ask you those questions about me, how would you answer? Who do people say that I am? Well, to answer this