What does freedom look like? What are we saved from and what are we saved for? And what difference does that make to our lives and our attitudes? Advertisements
The Bible doesn’t use the word ‘eclipse’, but does describe the effects of both solar and lunar eclipses. This is a good example of how, as we understand more about the world, we understand more about the Bible as well.
What is salvation? What do we want to be saved from? And what do we need to be saved from? And what does our fascination with superheroes tell us about all of this?
What was the Fall? Why is it something that we should think about? What relevance does it still has as part of a Christian understanding of the world?
How do we best think about God? What does it mean that ‘God is love’? How does that challenge us to act?
Mark’s Gospel ends: “They said nothing to anyone because they were afraid”. But why? What is the Good News about that? My sermon for Easter Day explored what that means for us.
Palm Sunday asks us ‘What are you expecting? Why?’ It challenges our thinking, and highlights the mismatch between what we expect and how God is acting.