Twenty Third Sunday After Pentecost (Sermon Only) Oct 31, 2021

“If God is one, then we are all one. The one God, the one and only God, loves us all with an equal love. No tribe, no family, no person is loved by God any more or any less than any of the others.”

The Reverend Canon Patrick Malloy preaches on the relationship between monotheism and tribalism, and the history of human tribes defending their individualized God or Gods. Jesus’ love and actions blurred tribal lines, and offered unconditional love to those who had never before experienced it.

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