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Track 1.

Sermon: The God Question
Rev. Dr. Diane M. Baldwin
Woodhaven Presbyterian Church
September 28, 2014 – 16th Sunday after Pentecost
Exodus 17:1-7

From Richard Dawkins to Stephen Hawkins to Christopher Hitchens to Justin Welby. All have asked and attempted to answer the God Question. Most of you have heard of Richard Dawkins —The God Delusion; Stephen Hawkins—probably the smartest man in the universe; The Grand Design; Christopher Hitchens—God is Not Great. And Justin Welby. Who? Welby is the newly installed Archbishop of Canterbury who, according to reporters, admitted this month to having doubts about the existence of God. In a personal interview in front of hundreds of people in Bristol cathedral a couple of weekends ago, Justin Welby said: “There are moments, sure, where you think ‘Is there a God? Where is God?’” Welby quickly added that, as the leader of the world’s 80 million-strong Anglican community, this was “probably not what the archbishop of Canterbury should say. “Earlier, BBC Bristol’s Lucy Tegg, the interviewer, reminded him of the weight his words carried. “You have a remarkably prominent role within the faith community around the world,” Tegg said.

“I’ve noticed,” Welby quipped.

Tegg then asked: “Do you ever doubt?”

Welby suggested that his doubts were a regular occurrence, by recounting the recent morning run with his dog. “The other day I was praying as I was running and I ended up saying to God: ‘Look, this is all very well but isn’t it about time you did something – if you’re there’ – which is probably not what the archbishop of Canterbury should say.” He added: “It is not about feelings, it’s about the fact that God is faithful and the extraordinary thing about being a Christian is that God is faithful when we are not.”

(…excerpt from podcast)

Track 2.

Prelude (Cello Suite No. 3, BWV 1009), Johann S. Bach
Kyle Rosenquist, Cellist

Track 3.

Offertory Anthem: What is Love, Arr. Phillip Keveren
Woodhaven Sanctuary Choir
Tracy A. Herron, Director of Music Ministries, Director
Joe Snyder, Accompanist
Kyle Rosenquist, Cellist

Track 4.

Postlude: Passacaglia, Gordon Young
Joe Snyder, Organist

 

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