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“Look Again!” A Sermon on Epiphanies

Given on the Last Sunday after the Epiphany, February 14, 2021 Gospel Reading: Mark 9:2-9 Look Again: A Sermon for the Last Sunday after the Epiphany Let me tell you a bit about my process for writing this sermon. You see, it’s the first sermon I’ve written since the first Sunday of Advent – way …

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What Good is God’s Wrath? A Sermon For Veterans

This is a real, vulnerable moment for me, because it’s not something I ever thought I’d share on a blog that I created to profile ethical fashion. But, alas, with eight years of blogging comes significant life and career change. Now that I’m in the process of getting ordained as an Episcopal priest, I thought …

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Book Review: Ted Karpf’s Acts of Forgiveness

Acts of Forgiveness Book Review Today is Holy Saturday, the day when, as my professor, Sister Janet, put it: Jesus is really, really dead. It is not the whimsical procession of Palm Sunday. It is not the wailing evening of Good Friday. Neither, of course, is it the bell-ringing morning of Easter. Holy Saturday is …

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