Monthly Archives: June 2015

Is Home Where the Heart Is, Or is It where We We Learned To Put on Masks?

A Reflection on the Gospel for July 5 the Sixth Sunday after Pentecost by David Somerville+ If you haven’t had the chance to do so yet, take a look at Mark 6:1-13, the gospel coming up at the beginning of … Continue reading

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If We have not been Bleeding Recently, Maybe We’re Dead

A Reflection on the Gospel for June 28, 2015, The Sixth Sunday after Pentecost by David Somerville Evangelist, Charles Hembree, once was asked, How can I really know God?  His answer was simple.  We must “live by [the new] law … Continue reading

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Should I be Sleeping on the Job?

A Reflection on the Gospel for June 21 The Fourth Sunday after Pentecost by David Somerville American essayist, who led the Transcendentalist movement of the mid-19th century, Ralph Waldo Emerson, once remarked that “The wise man in the storm prays to … Continue reading

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A Mustard Seed? Is that all God needs? Well Maybe Things Are Not So Bad After All!

A Reflection on the Gospel for  Sunday, June 14, the Third Sunday after Pentecost by David Somerville Tubingen University’s distinguished Professor of systematics, Jurgen Multmann has developed a theology of salvation that comes from his way of understanding history. Controversial … Continue reading

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