Trinitarian Justice – A Sermon for Trinity Sunday

  Well, it’s Trinity Sunday. Who would like to explain the doctrine of the Trinity? Me neither. And actually I’m pretty convinced that the people who put together the lectionary weren’t sure about it either, or they would have given us more helpful readings to work with. The fun thing about Trinity Sunday for preachers…

Can These Bones Live? – a Sermon on Ezekiel 37:1-14

  Ezekiel found himself in a valley filled with death, without knowing exactly how he came to be there, or, in fact, exactly where he was. The floor of the valley as far as he could see was littered with dry bones. A tragedy, to be sure. A battle? A massacre? A natural disaster? Some…

Absolutely Nothing – A Sermon on Acts 8:26-36

You always hear that “the more things change, the more things stay the same,” and that is very true of this passage from Acts. So much about the culture of Philip and the unnamed Ethiopian eunuch is unfamiliar to us. So many things have changed over the last 2,000 years, and in many ways you…