Category Archives: Theology

#ThursdayTheology #Trinities

“Embracing Love and Eternal Life” Sermon by Rev. Dr. Sherrie Connelly New Church of Montgomery Trinity Sunday, May 27, 2018 In our reading today, Psalm 29 brings us “The Voice of God in a Great Storm.”  We worship our great … Continue reading

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#ThursdayTheology #Forgiveness First?

…when sins been set aside, they are forgiven. Repentance must precede forgiveness, and part from repentance there is no forgiveness. DP, NCE, #280 -Swedenborg Controversial? Read about God’s vs. mankind’s forgiveness and where repentance belongs for wrongs perpetrated, in Rev. … Continue reading

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#NatureTheology

Elizabeth Barrett Browning said: “Earth’s crammed with heaven, And every common bush afire with God; But only he who sees, takes off his shoes – The rest sit round it and pluck blackberries.”

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Do We Even Need #Theology?

Recently one of our lay-ministers, Pete Toot, asked the question why do we, or do we not need theology. Here is his sermon: Good morning.  Welcome to the New Church of Montgomery Sunday morning worship.  As we will see as … Continue reading

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#ThursdayTheology Seeking The #DivineFeminine

Very often women don’t feel a part of the worldly scheme as it relates to religion.  Many major religions leave women out of leadership roles and keep them from ministerial pursuits. Yet, the feminine exists. To deny it would be … Continue reading

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#ThursdayTheology Science vs. Religion

Are you looking to expand your horizons on your view of where science and religion come together? Here’s one resource for you.

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Acts of Service

297. Anyone who thinks with some enlightenment can see that love has service as its goal, that love tends toward service, and that love brings about service through wisdom. In fact, love cannot accomplish anything useful by itself, only by means of … Continue reading

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