Category Archives: Kingdom of God

Love and Marriage

It was supposed to be a sermon on marriage. I looked up and read about twenty-five scriptures on marriage. I looked at a couple of sermons on marriage. And then, I thought of the sermon preached at my own marriage … Continue reading

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The Mustard Seed

The thirteenth chapter of the Gospel of Matthew contains a number of parables about the Kingdom of Heaven. Elsewhere, this kingdom is described as the Kingdom of God, a term that will be used in the continuing discussion. The Kingdom … Continue reading

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Open Commensality

There’s more about my personal journey in the ‘About’ section. I’ve flipped the order of that section so that the newest input is at the top. An essay written in July didn’t make it past the editor for a variety … Continue reading

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Jesus looks at a sinner

There is a new entry at the bottom of the ‘About’ page if you want to know more about me. Sin is such an interesting topic. It has captured the attention of the greatest of Christian writers down through the … Continue reading

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The Kingdom of God – Continued

I’d rather these essays not be about my ongoing personal spiritual journey. If you want to know more about me, look in the ‘about’ section. I have a soul friend. He fits the definition given in the Celtic saying “A … Continue reading

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The Kingdom of God and a Prostitute Named Mary

A large number of books have been written about secret knowledge taught by Jesus to one disciple or another. This special knowledge and the conspiracy theories that surround the dissemination of the knowledge began shortly after Jesus’ death, with Gnostic … Continue reading

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