Daily Archives: August 17, 2010

Lectionary Resources

For those who preach from the lectionary, here’s a terrific resource with great commentaries, patristic resources, journal articles, and much more.

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Emerging Churches

While on vacation in Gatlinburg, TN, I spent an entire morning in a large bookstore. Though the Christian books’ section was quite small and largely undeserving of my attention, I did find a few gems for $3-6. Among them were … Continue reading

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Why I Preach from the Lectionary…

Joel Garver offers great apologetic for lectionary preaching: If one were to use the lectionary over a twelve year period, focusing the homilies during each three year cycle upon a different one of the readings, it would be possible in … Continue reading

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Infants and Kingdom

My friend Bill DeJong says the following about Mark 10:13:15:  Jesus receives infant children and blesses them, saying, “for of such is the kingdom of God.” Baptists are fond of saying that the kingdom is for those of age and maturity who … Continue reading

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