Here’s a contribution to Climate Week – yesterday’s sermon. Apologies to those of you who don’t like sermons. At least with a blog sermon, you can argue with the preacher in public. The readings are: Isaiah 55.1-13 and Luke 13.1-9 The readings today hinge on whether or not we can have hope. For the JewishContinue reading “Climate Week”
At the end of June, I spent a lovely week on retreat at Sheldon. As usual, it was great to be on my own with no one else’s schedule or demands to worry about. I could eat when I was hungry and sleep when I was tired (which was most of the first dayContinue reading “Plaster Saint”
I was preaching about Jubilee on Sunday, using Leviticus 25 as a basis. In the return of the land, the release of bonded labourers and the cancellation of debts every 50 years, there is essentially no buying or selling of capital in God’s economy. All capital resources and all people belong to God, andContinue reading “Capitalwasm”
There’s a new page (it’s too long for a blog) with some thoughts about needing a new economic model. It’s called Resurrecting Economics. Have a look & let me know what you think . . .