Below are links to the two-part sermon I recorded for my church, All Saints Ealing (London) for this weekend (Sun 28 March). My excellent vicar, Rachel Marszalek, chose the passion reading from Mark 15:1-39 for this weekend, which is an option in the Anglican lectionary for Palm Sunday. Part 1 is about 13 mins and part 2 about 10 mins. Your thoughts are welcome!
Eric Roseberry hosts the podcast On Biblical Scholarship, and was kind enough to interview me about how I got into biblical scholarship, who my influences are, and lots else—here’s a link to the podcast. Thoughts welcome!
I’ve recorded a two-part sermon on Mark 1:9-15, the set reading in the Church of England lectionary for this Sunday, the first Sunday of Lent (21 February 2021), and the two sections are below. Part 1 is just over 10 minutes, and part 2 is a little over 13 minutes. Comments are most welcome! At the end of the video, I mention a reading plan I’ve devised to read the whole of Mark’s Gospel over the coming six weeks of Lent. You can do it Continue reading →
Here’s a sermon which is a touch over 25 minutes, and explores Psalm 2 both in its Old Testament setting and in the way Luke and Acts make use of the psalm. Thoughts and comments welcome! Warning for those who are sensitive to lack of political correctness: I start with a joke about a blonde, making clear in my introductory words that it trades on a caricature.
Last week I posted my overview of the book of Ruth, produced for my church, All Saints, Ealing in London. This week I’ve done the first of the sermon series, on Ruth chapter 1; part 1 is about 11 mins and part 2 about 13 mins. Thoughts and responses welcome!