Delvyn Case on his 20-minute solo cantata: ‘The Binding of Isaac According to the Elohist’, that brings to life the famous biblical story of Abraham and Isaac.
Sermon based on Matt 2:1-16, Luke 1:46-53 and Is 9:2–6, by CSBV director Helen Paynter.
Guest blog from Sarah Travis considering the story of Jesus’ birth and the potential trauma that existed through his life.
Research Associate Kristin Caynor shares her journey with Ephesians 2, with attention drawn to the New Humanity.
Palm Sunday sermon, based on Mal 3:1-5; Luke 19:35-45, by the director of the CSBV, Helen Paynter.
In this guest post, Will Moore shares his sermon on Lent, preached on 6th March 2022.
This reflection from CSBV Director Helen Paynter is based on Psalm 59 (see also 1 Sam 19:11), and Luke 22:39-53.
By CSBV director Helen Paynter On 1st June 2020, Donald Trump walked out of the White House accompanied by his entire entourage, including the chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He took a short walk across Lafayette Square, and
Sermon on 1 Peter 3:8-22, preached at St Nic’s, Durham, by CSBV Research Associate Brandon Hurlbert, on 7th June 2020, in the midst of the Black Lives Matter protests in the USA and across the world. Sermon transcript is as
Andy Angel is the vicar of St Andrew’s Church in Burgess Hill, UK and lectured in Anglican theological colleges for many years. He is the author of Playing with Dragons: Living with Suffering and God (Cascade: 2014) and more recently