John Hebenton's Podcast

Depraved Banquets, Beheading John the Baptizer, and Being LGBTIQ+ in Church

July 16, 2018
John Hebenton's Podcast
Depraved Banquets, Beheading John the Baptizer, and Being LGBTIQ+ in Church
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John Hebenton's Podcast
Depraved Banquets, Beheading John the Baptizer, and Being LGBTIQ+ in Church
Jul 16, 2018
John Hebenton
How the Beheading of John the Baptizer, the feeding of the 5000+ and 4000+, helps us into the stories of Rainbow people's experience of God in our churches, and what eucharist has to offer all this.
Show Notes
Mark 6:14-29 is such a yuk story if we read it on its own. This story has echoes with previous stories and reminds us of the ongoing stories, including the stories in Tauranga Moana over the last week. They remind us of the story of St. George and the battles that happened here and Te Ranga in 1864. They remind me of the experiences I had with the rainbow members of TSSF in Australia and here in Aotearoa. But this is not a story on its own. It immediately contrasts with the stories of the feeding of the 5000+ and 4000+, stories of ridiculous generosity and hospitality, of deep compassion and welcome. Stories that lie at the heart of Eucharist.
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