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Words of life in the midst of death

According to Matthew, Mark and Luke, the act of Jesus which sealed his fate, causing religious leaders in Jerusalem to plot against him, was his demonstration in the temple – attempting to overthrow the currency of exchange underpinning the Jewish … Continue reading

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Jesus is risen!

From time to time, someone asks me if I believe in the resurrection of Jesus.  It is usually framed in such a way as to anticipate a negative or, at least, ambiguous response.  Rather than scratching my beard, adjusting my … Continue reading

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The Next 50 Years

Tombs don’t need to be emptied.  They can remain occupied.  It’s so much more manageable when they do.  For all the grief and loss that surrounds them, there is at least a path to follow, albeit a painful one. Unoccupied … Continue reading

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Christ is Risen!

If I was to ask you to raise your hand in you believe in resurrection, I wonder how densely-populated the area above your heads would be?  Before responding, in St Mark’s fashion, some might seek clarification over what is meant … Continue reading

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