Easter Monday

In about 56 AD, St Paul writing to the Christians of Corinth, made his position very clear. Someone had been suggesting that the dead cannot be resurrected and did that matter?  This , was his response:     ‘If there be no resurrection of the dead, then is Christ not risen; and if Christ be not … Continue reading Easter Monday

Lent & the Epistle of Timothy 2

St. Paul's Second Letter to Timothy 2:1-10 is highlighted on the First Sunday on Lent....  The parallels of Paul writing to Timothy and us waiting for the Resurrection are definitely highlighed here.  Like us: Paul was lonely.  Like us: Phygelus and Hermogenes, "everyone in the province of Asia" (1:15), and Demas (4:10) had deserted him.  And finally while Crescens, Titus … Continue reading Lent & the Epistle of Timothy 2

Romans on Fearfulness 8:38

8 For I have every confidence that nothing—not death, life, heavenly messengers, dark spirits, the present, the future, spiritual powers, 39 height, depth, nor any created thing—can come between us and the love of God revealed in the Anointed One, Jesus our Lord.      --Romans 8:38-39 The Voice Saint Paul makes this  list of things that  … Continue reading Romans on Fearfulness 8:38

The Historical Jesus

Selina O'Grady of the BBC has written a book "And man Created God".  Basically it is about the historical Jesus and how that lowly Jewish prophet became a god.  You can tell by those few sentences that of course it a secular (i.e. atheistic) view of Jesus but having known a few of them thanks … Continue reading The Historical Jesus