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Socialism [a prophetic word for today?]

Posted on Sep 26, 2016 in All Sermons & Talks, Sermons | 0 comments

Sermon. “Nowadays, perhaps more than ever, political subjects arouse passions and biases which make them very difficult to handle from a Christian perspective.” Revd Peck began this 1995 sermon that way. It is probably even more true today. We owe it to the cause of Christ and our obedience to him to listen carefully to this personally honest and biblically grounded message, which, as is often so with John Peck, may surprise as well as inspire.

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