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Is God Green Part 1: God, the World and Jesus

I’ve preached this series a number of times over the years – here’s the latest edition (this time with a slightly croaky voice). Before you listen to the talk, you might find it helpful to read this introductory piece which contains the things I didn’t have time to include in …

Before you criticise any past writer, remember…

The biggest difference between today’s writing and the writing of the past is that writers are no longer put to death. Writers nowadays could never dream of having to die for what they have written. Even if writerly execution was not always common, the possibility of death was implicit in …

Jesus and Cancer

A talk given by Lionel Windsor at a Cancer Council Biggest Morning Tea on 31 May, 2007, at the home of Keith and Pam Gregory, of St Michael’s Anglican Cathedral, Wollongong. Acknowledgements I count it such a privilege to be able to take part in this morning tea. It is …

Funeral Message for Angela Janice Richards, aged 1½

On Tuesday 14th July at 11am, I had the sad privilege of speaking the message at the funeral for my 1½-year old niece. The funeral was held at Kurrajong Anglican Church. Angela (1 November, 2007 – 9 July, 2009) had been suffering from a serious chromosomal abnormality all her life. …