Radical Preaching

Can preaching again have something to say?
This blog marks the attempt to bring the theological vision of Radical Orthodoxy into the worship and preaching of the local church.

Saturday, October 08, 2005

Dumber'n Hell: A Sermon on the Parable of the Wedding Feast

To avoid tying up so much space on the blog, I posted my sermon based
on all the conversation and comments on the blog to my xanga account.

You can link to my sermon here.

I would appreciate your comments.

3 Comments:

Blogger Et al said...

Thanks so much for posting your sermon. I stumbled across your site on blogger.com and followed the link you gave.

Like many others I am on a journey and have the need for teaching and growth. I plan to check in to "radicalpreaching' to see if I can glean from your site.

One question ... when you mention virtual relationships, are you referring to this cyber space, or is it the superficiality of modern relationships caused by our busy-ness and such?

My reason for asking is selfish (of course!). In avoiding church gatherings to try to stay sane (long histroy) I am after, quite literally, 'virtual relationships'. I want teaching and growth without the cost of destabilized mental health as happens whenever I try to attend a service.

Like fellow travellers I am continually changing (though I often complain it's not quick enough hehe).I'm believing that someday I will be free to attend a service without being triggered into orbit by the process. Intill then, I'm using the web and friends to try and stay in step with the Spirit, at least as far as not becoming so self deceived as to think I don't need the fellowship of the body.

Sorry for raving ...
Cheers & Blessings

October 09, 2005 6:44 PM  
Blogger Scott said...

Et al,

I am going to begin a new post because I believe this is an important question to discuss.

Thank you for your comments.

Grace and Peace,
Scott

October 09, 2005 8:05 PM  
Blogger St.Phransus said...

loved the sermon!!!

October 09, 2005 9:10 PM  

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