Sermons on Mark

The Scandal of the Cross: 1 of 2: “Why is Christianity so narrow?”

Mark 14:22-42 A clergyman in Waterloo recently hit the headlines for allowing a Muslim prayer service in his church, sparking a debate about whether Christians and muslims do in fact worship the same God. A recent survey of Anglican clergy in the UK revealed that only 28% would now say that “Christianity is the only path to God”. So is it narrow and divisive for Christians to insist that Jesus is the only way? Listen in as we consider this question.

The week that changed the world: 1 of 2: The Turning-point

Mark 14:22-42 A clergyman in Waterloo recently hit the headlines for allowing a Muslim prayer service in his church, sparking a debate about whether Christians and muslims do in fact worship the same God. A recent survey of Anglican clergy in the UK revealed that only 28% would now say that “Christianity is the only path to God”. So is it narrow and divisive for Christians to insist that Jesus is the only way? Listen in as we consider this question.

Questions for God 2 of 2: Why don’t you make yourself clearer‭?

Mark‭ ‬3:1-6 Richard Dawkins was once asked,‭ “‬If you died and arrived at the gates of Heaven,‭ ‬what would you say to God to justify your lifelong atheism‭?” ‬To which he responded,‭ “‬I’d quote Bertrand Russell:‭ ‘‬Not enough evidence,‭ ‬God,‭ ‬not enough evidence.‭’”‬ If God is there,‭ ‬why doesn’t he make himself clearer‭?