Monthly Archives: April 2012

To race or not to race, that is the question

Last night I was listening to the radio while getting ready for sleep – in this case not a good idea since it made me waken up and start thinking! Stephen Nolan’s R5Live newspaper review guests were arguing quite aggressively … Continue reading

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Practise Resurrection

Practise Resurrection How, you might ask, can we practise resurrection? Is resurrection not something that happened to Jesus 2000 years ago (so some people say), and if it is to happen to us at all, is it not something that … Continue reading

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Woman, behold your son

Some reflections given at today’s vigil at St Peter’s. St Peter’s Good Friday Reflection 2012 ‘Woman, behold your son.’ John 19:27 Family relationships are rarely easy, perhaps particularly those between children and parents. This has been famously expressed by Philip … Continue reading

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Celebrating Easter

Some thoughts from my Priestfield Easter Blog. Easter as a Season ‘Easter’ is a word that can carry a range of meanings. Sometimes we use it to include all the special events that took place in Jerusalem around the time … Continue reading

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We want to see Jesus

Was at Craigmillar Park today giving the reflection at the 7.45 Breakfast Service. Here it is. Holy Week 2012 reflection – Tuesday The passage we read from John 12 is packed so full of rich theological reflection on the life … Continue reading

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