Monologue - Lurve

 

Lurve 2010

 

A man sits at a computer, or stands holding a personal communication device (a phone, durr)

 

Kathmandu - first few days

Sermon workings 23 Jan 10

Lectionary – Epiphany 3 Year A

1 Corinthians 1:10 – 17.

Icebergs Introduction

Icebergs in the New Testament

Introduction

Icebergs are dangerous. It is well-recorded that the observable part of an iceberg, the pointy bit sticking out of the water, is usually but one seventh of the size of the whole thing. The rest is under the water. This makes them difficult to spot and dangerous to shipping. In the absence of the iceberg the Titanic would be a visitor attraction today, not a watery grave.

Icebergs Introduction

Icebergs in the New Testament

Introduction


Icebergs are dangerous.
It is well-recorded that the observable part of an iceberg, the pointy bit sticking out of the water, is usually but one seventh of the size of the whole thing. The rest is under the water. This makes them difficult to spot and dangerous to shipping. In the absence of the iceberg the Titanic would be a visitor attraction today, not a watery grave.

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