Derek Tovey unpacks the demands of this week's readings on all who hope for holiness: to care for the poor, be fair to workers and love those who hurt or threaten you.
Peter Carrell unpacks Paul's vision of true wisdom and Jesus' rule of love that fortifies the law.
In this Sunday’s readings Tom Innes finds Jesus fulfilling prophecy: as the Lord “shall suddenly come to His temple.”
Rosemary Dewerse unpacks the story of the sages who come to pay homage Jesus: the king whose power of love transcends all human boundaries.
In the Christmas readings this week, Sarah Harris looks at Luke's contrast between the worldly powers and our infant saviour's power of love.
The first Easter is simply more than tongues can tell, says a visiting English academic in a sermon delivered in Christchurch.
Christ must be our compass, and Captain Winston must faithfully continue to set his eyes on Christ to guide us in the direction Christ wants us to follow, says the preacher at Bishop Winston Halapua's installation.
Leviticus 18 is a text that Māori need to interpret through storytelling, experience, and their own tikanga Māori values, the Hermeneutics Hui is told.
Today's knowledge regarding sexuality as well as socio-religious situation should be taken into account when interpreting Paul’s language, the Hermeneutics Hui is told.