Lords, Loyalties and the Command to Compassion

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We seem to be experiencing a shift in contemporary western politics away from a competition of ideas in pursuit of the best solution to our problems and towards a tribalism that seeks power for its own sake and is more and more willing to regard (some) people as a means to a larger political end.

In this special sermon – preached 24 June 2018 – we examine again the meaning of kingdom citizenship and the allegiances it demands – particularly our loyalty to Jesus his command to compassionate love.


The texts for this sermon are: Deut. 24:14-22 and Matt. 25:31-46 (NRSV).
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