Wicca and Christianity, to some, seem to be completely incompatible paths. But are they? When Jesus said that there are others “not of this flock” who were coming, could he have meant those who practice more than one faith tradition? Also, while this isn’t specifically about Transgender Day of Remembrance, it does ask the question: If someone believes they are part of the “flock,” regardless of who they are, is that enough? Can we accept difference while celebrating commonalities?
The readings that referenced in the sermon are Luke 8: 43-48 and John 10: 14-16 (NRSV).
The sermon was recorded on November 16, 2014 at the Tapestry Ministries service in the Chapel of the Great Commission at Pacific School of Religion. (And apologies for the weird sounding voice. I’m still getting over my cold!)
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