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Draughting Theology · 4h ago

Motive, Means, and Opportunity

Like many of you, I have watched my fair share of cop shows, which has made me something of an expert on the topic of criminal investigations.  With my keen eye for detail, I never fail to h...
Draughting Theology · 1d ago

The Call to Follow

Why preach?  I don’t mean this existentially, although there are some who would ask this question that way.  Why, in a world that is increasingly skeptical of “experts” do preachers think th...
Draughting Theology · 2d ago

Requiescat in pace, Father B

“Ye have heard, Brethren, as well in your private examination, as in the exhortation which was now made to you, and in the holy Lessons taken out of the Gospel, and the writings of the Apost...
Draughting Theology · 1W ago

Not just hearing, but listening

I have always loved the story of God calling Samuel.  It makes for great theater.  There is the subtle dig at the faithfulness of God’s chosen people in the note that “The word of the Lord w...
Draughting Theology · 1W ago

The Episcopal Church’s Budget is a Dim Bulb

There was a movement afoot in the Episcopal Church.  For the first time in my recollection, people were genuinely excited about the E word: Evangelism.  We had a Presiding Bishop who was com...
Draughting Theology · 1W ago

The Great Tears – a sermon

Today’s sermon can be heard on the Christ Church website, or read here. One of the joys of my children getting older is that we can now watch shows that entertain across the generations.  Go...
Draughting Theology · 2W ago

The chaos of baptism

The astute student of the Lectionary will note that the opening verse of Genesis 1 are appointed to go alongside Mark’s version of the Baptism of our Lord.  Being less astute this week than ...
Draughting Theology · 2W ago

Torn Apart

There are two great rips in Mark’s Gospel.  They bookend the ministry of Jesus.  The first, which we will hear about in Sunday’s lesson, occurs immediately (get used hearing that word) after...
Draughting Theology · 2W ago

God looks us in the eye and says, “I love you.”

Today’s sermon can be heard on the Christ Church website, or read here. There is something vitally important about being looked in the eye.  We’ve all been in those conversations where it fe...
Draughting Theology · 3W ago

The Mega Joy of Christmas – a sermon

You can listen to the audio on the Christ Church website, or read it here. Merry Christmas! ​        I’m not sure there is anything that Saint Luke can’t do. He might be history’s first rena...