This sermon was preached in a parish church on the feast of St. Mary Magdalene 2018 based upon teh Ressurrection narrative from John’s Gospel here. Advertisements
“Take, eat, this is my body broken for you” When it comes to intimacy with God, no other act of worship or devotion brings us closer or deeper into contact with the Divine than the Eucharist. In the Eucharist, or … Continue reading
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Tagged BDSM, Body and Blood, D/s, Domination, Eucharist, Jesus Christ, Prayer, spirituality
Holy week begins today on Palm Sunday which is the day when Christians remember Jesus’ entry into Jerusalm on the back of a donkey an event that occurs in all four of the Gospels. It’s a brash outlandish public display of … Continue reading
It’s the feast of Christ the king today so here’s my sermon for a small rural church based on Luke 23.33-43 A reading from Psalm 24 7 Lift up your heads, O you gates; and be lifted up, you everlasting … Continue reading
This sermon was preached in a parish church on Good Friday 2016 based on the Passion Narrative in John’s Gospel Did Jesus have to die?
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Tagged Crucifixion, Good Friday, Jesus, John's Gospel, Passion Narrative, Sermon, Suffering
This reflection was written for Holy Wednesday 2016. Based on Judas’ betrayal – John 13.21-32
This is the first (mini) lecture I’ve given on my Kink Theology idea. Given to a University Kink Society at a session they held on Kink and Academia.
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Tagged BDSM, God, introduction, Lecture, Mary, Theology
This Sermon was preached on 07/02/16 in a Maximum Security Prison The passage which this is based on can be found here. This is, without doubt, my FAVOURITE passage in the whole Bible. The transfiguration. When Jesus is revealed … Continue reading
So I thought I’d put my money where my mouth is and actually get down to writing some kink/BDSM themed sexual theology. If I’m going to seriously explore this side of theology and ministry I figured there’d be no better … Continue reading