Peace with Justice

Welcome to the Knox Talks blog. Here you can find recent and past sermons relating scripture to a wide variety of topics. I would like to thank Shelley Rose for transcribing my notes into text for the blog. Peace with Justice Scriptures: Isaiah 11:1-10 Matthew 3:1-12 Peace has been a hot topic this year. TheContinue reading “Peace with Justice”

What Do they Want?

Welcome to the Knox Talks blog. Here you can find recent and past sermons relating scripture to a wide variety of topics. I would like to thank Shelley Rose for transcribing my notes into text for the blog. What Do they Want? Scriptures: Micah 4:1-5John 15:9-17 When I was young, growing up in Quebec, RemembranceContinue reading “What Do they Want?”

“Hosanna” Translated

While COVID-19 makes our in-person services challenging, Knox is providing podcast services. Not everyone can access these, though, so we are also posting my sermons on our Knox Talks blog. I would like to thank Shelley Rose for transcribing my notes into text for the blog. “Hosanna” Translated Lesson: Mark 11:1-11 Palm Sunday is aContinue reading ““Hosanna” Translated”

Summoned

While COVID-19 makes our in-person services challenging, Knox is providing podcast services. Not everyone can access these, though, so we are also posting my sermons on our Knox Talks blog. I would like to thank Shelley Rose for transcribing my notes into text for the blog. Summoned Scriptures: Amos 5:18-24 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 For manyContinue reading “Summoned”

Ask Andrew 6 (2018): The Meaning of Jerusalem

“Ask Andrew” is an annual opportunity for members of Knox to ask questions of faith and religion. Andrew answers them in the Sunday morning service, and now in this blog. Enjoy! Q: Talk about the history of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel: reference to Trump and Evangelical push for this to happen. There isContinue reading “Ask Andrew 6 (2018): The Meaning of Jerusalem”

The New Gentiles: Peace in a Multi-Faith Age

We humans are good at the game of “us and them.” We set ourselves apart from each other, often without much conscious thought. It’s not surprising. Learning to distinguish differences is a necessary human skill, and we make a point of teaching it to our children. Remember the Sesame Street song “One of these thingsContinue reading “The New Gentiles: Peace in a Multi-Faith Age”