A sermon reflecting on the nature of religious dissent in the 21st century United States.
Kew Gardens has long been one of my favorite places in the world. They are the Royal Botanical Gardens started by George III and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As I mentioned in my post about walking around Oxford, I have always had a soft spot for English gardens. The oldest, like Kew or the Oxford Botanical Gardens, are magical multiple generational projects where the power of what humans can...
In my Easter sermon for 2022 I challenge us to go beyond the idea that there is such a singular thing as the truth.
In this third sermon on reimagining grief, I reflect on the theology of Frankenstein.
Fire, like our connection to the divine, needs to be nurtured, needs to be maintained, if it is to continue. This is a helpful lesson to remember during these difficult days. For it prompts the question: In these times when it can feel like the fires of our spirits flag, what shall we do to maintain them?