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Anthony Burgess on the Unity of God's People (Part 2: The Benefits of Unity and the Mischief of Division)

Continuing on in Anthony Burgess’ five sermons on christian unity we come to his exposition of the benefits and necessity of unity, as well as the mischief of division. 642 more words

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Anthony Burgess on the Unity of God's People (Part 1: Invisible and Visible)

Anthony Burgess, a member of the Westminster Assembly, preached CXLV sermons on John 17, five of which were concerned with the topic of unity among Christians. 709 more words

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Why Denominations Matter

I recently returned from a great time at my fourth Together for the Gospel Conference. It was a great time with my wife, old friends, and new books sitting under great preaching, eating out, and enjoying a preview of Spring. 454 more words

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Homily for the Resurrection of the Lord (Easter Day), Year A 2014

Homily for the  Resurrection of the Lord (Easter Day), Year A  2014

I would like to begin today with the short reading from St Paul about yeast.  1,473 more words

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Homily for Holy Saturday, Resurrection of the Lord - the Vigil, Year A 2014

Homily for Holy Saturday Vigil, Year A  2014

Rather than offer the usual homily this evening, I have decided to punctuate the many readings this evening with short little reflections to help you through the readings. 748 more words

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Homily for the Celebration of the Lord’s Passion, Good Friday, Year A 2014

Homily for the Celebration of the Lord’s Passion, Good Friday, Year A  2014

Last evening we celebrated the Last Supper of Jesus and the Apostles where Jesus gave us the Eucharist in memory of him, foreshadowing the events of today. 1,075 more words

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Homily for Holy Thursday - The Mass of the Lord’s Supper, Year A 2014

Homily for Holy Thursday – The Mass of the Lord’s Supper, Year A  2014

The last few years, speaking on this feast of the Lord’s Supper, I have concentrated on the Eucharist -  even though our Gospel writer of the evening, John, does not. 1,220 more words

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