Exodus 33-34 https://stjohnscathedral.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Christophany160619.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS
It was a real privilege this morning to deliver the Bible reading and brief address at the Parramatta Anzac Day service. Here’s what I had to say: Many different cultures explain the death of fallen servicemen and women in various ways. For some it is the language is of honour. For others it’s duty. But […]
From SydneyAnglicans.net The Oxford English Dictionary has named ‘post-truth’ the international word of the year. This is not surprising given that the Brexit vote and US election were enmeshed in what is being called post-truth politics. Let’s face it – there is so much ‘post-truth’ around. The rise of social media has been fuelled by people who […]
Today is the feast day of Thomas, patron saint of all doubters, apparently. I want to gently disagree. Actually, who are we kidding? I want to disagree strongly. Thomas is the patron saint of the end of doubt. Here’s the Anglican collect for today: ALMIGHTY and everliving God, who for the more confirmation of the faith […]
So I guess I have to write something about what is quite possibly one of the most monumentally enormous political events that many of us have lived through. When I arrived home on Wednesday afternoon I insisted that my older children stopped what they were doing and watched a bit of the TV coverage with […]
Team Ould are back from holiday, raring to go. One of the joys of flying around the world visiting family is the chance to watch a number of movies… The only chance we ever get to watch recent movies! (@ SQ 211 SIN to SYD) https://t.co/DAKagyMOXb pic.twitter.com/AR4NeSYbPq — David Ould ن (@davidould) July 14, 2016 […]
Words are incredibly powerful things. From the very beginning it is words that have exerted enormous influence in our universe. Gen. 1:3 And God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light. The power of words is, in some way, linked to the power of the one speaking. I can’t stand in my darkened office […]
Preached Glenquarie Anglican 22 December 2013 http://www.glenquarieanglicans.net/podcasts/20131222.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS
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What a great little argument – really liked it. Well, until the very last line from the girl in the chair. The correct answer, of course, is, John 1:18 No one has ever seen God, but the one and only Son, who is himself God and is in closest relationship with the Father, has made him known.