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The Very Rev. Dr. Michael Battle

Michael Battle: God's Kind of Apocalypse

Matthew 21:33-46

18th Sunday after Pentecost - Year A

October 08, 2017

The Very Rev. Dr. Michael Battle (TEC)

 

If you asked a Christian -- How does God change evil into good? -- you would probably get as many answers as you would the number of Christians asked. Even more complicated is that you would hear apocalyptic answers like God using (or allowing) violence to change evil into good. Some would even interpret today's parable that way.

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The Rev. Richard Goeres

Speaking the Truth in Love

Mark 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23

14th Sunday after Pentecost - Year B

August 30, 2015

The Rev. Richard Goeres (ELCA)

"Well, it's like you said--the good news is that we're all sinners, right?"

My friend's active listening skills provided just the mirror I needed to realize that my own feeble witness to the Gospel had landed a bit askew.

We had been talking about black and white race relations in America, a couple of young white clergy grabbing a quick dinner before heading to a local gathering called, "Doing our own work: white people working to end racism."

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The Rev. Dr. Thomas G. Long (PCUSA)

The Rev. Dr. Thomas G. Long sits down with Day1 host Peter Wallace to discuss his teaching work with the Candler School of Theology at Emory University, his books on evil and suffering as well as the Christian funeral, and his thoughts on how our very own Protestant Hour archives could provide a valuable window into the history of preaching in the 20th century. Join us for a conversation of faith and hope, only on Day1.
The Rev. John Gunn

Replace Hate with Love

The Rev. John Gunn (other)

Nothing is more blinding than the dark passion of hate. Hate sometimes leads to acts of violence and often to murder. The apostle John wrote further, 'Whosoever hateth his brother is a murderer.' The act of murder is an act of hate and the man who hates his brother has the seed of murder already in his heart.

The Rev. John Gunn

Knowing the Safe Path

The Rev. John Gunn (other)

In this episode of Be Still and Know on the topic of temptation, The Rev. John R. Gunn writes, "There is an ignorance which is desirable - the ignorance of vice. We do not need to know the ways of vice in order to avoid them. All we need is to know the safe path and to keep to it."

The Rev. John Gunn

Covetousness

The Rev. John Gunn (other)

This episode of Be Still and Know speaks of God's law of retribution. The Rev John R. Gunn writes, "God perpetually confronts the evil doer and spoils for him the gain of his wrongdoing."

The Rev. John Gunn

Goodness

The Rev. John Gunn (other)

This episode of Be Still and Know attempts to answer the question "Why do the wicked prosper?". John R. Gunn writes, "Make no mistake, the advantage is on the side of the good in spite of all appearances to the contrary."

The Rev. John Gunn

Evils That Threaten our Nation

The Rev. John Gunn (other)

In this episode of Be Still and Know, The Rev. John R. Gunn warns that America is in danger of experiencing the same fate as the city of Judah. Listen to this ancient prophet America. Wake up, and forsake evil ways. He writes, "We need to wake up to the evils, which today threaten the very life of our nation."

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"Whenever I am caught between two evils., I take the one I haven't tried." - Mae West, actress
The Rev. Dr. Jim Somerville Transcript

July 17, 2005

A World Full of Weeds

The Rev. Dr. James Somerville (CBF)

The Rev. Dr. James Somerville is pastor of First Baptist Church of Washington, D.C., part of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.