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Category Archives: justice
What is it like to live as a black person in the UK?
If we want to take a stand against racism then we need to educate ourselves so we can have a better understanding. I am grateful to Keegan and his sister Dianah fo speaking about their experiences as black people living … Continue reading
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Black Lives Matter: How can we be a part of the change that is needed?
The Baptists Together General Secretary Lynn Green has made this helpful and challenging statement that I wholeheartedly agree with.“The inhumane and merciless brutality demonstrated towards George Floyd last week was an appalling act of injustice and reveals yet again the … Continue reading
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Is Jesus Angry with Your Church?
So, is Jesus angry with your church? Now I know this seems like a strange question, after all many people say that Jesus is gentle, meek and mild, so it must be true? After Jesus entered Jerusalem, he went to … Continue reading
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The One About Shopping and Stereotypes
As I was in a shop earlier today I heard a woman complaining to the man that she was with that they had taken too longs shopping. Initially, I found this really funny but then I found it really sad that I … Continue reading
Trashing the Temple Courts: What was that all about?
After arriving in Jerusalem, the first thing that Jesus did was to go to the temple where he proceeded to throw out the people who were buying and selling animals there. This episode in the life of Jesus is hard … Continue reading
Posted in Bible, Easter week explained, Faith, Holy week, Holy week explained, justice, Relationship with God Tagged cleansing of the temple, don't rip people off, easter week explained, fairtrade, God cares for the poor, God hates injustice, holy week explained, jesus drove out the money changers, justice, matthew 21, motorway service stations overpriced, temple den of robbers, temple den of thieves, why did jesus drive people out of the temple 6 Comments