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"Not One Member But Many" - 1st Corinthians 12:12-14, 27-31

A Sermon preached
at the Tuesday Eucharist The Anglican Centre in Rome September 15th, 2020 1st Corinthians 12:12-14, 27-31My text this afternoon is from the Epistle and not the Gospel.  I wanted to start with the words of St Paul to his congregation at Corinth:“For the body is not one member but many.”Being sixty-two years old now I look back at what has occurred thus far and I have a few regrets with respect to my education.I don’t regret not having studied more Hebrew or more Greek.I regret having spent no time at all studying anything about Set Theory.I was a complete washout when it came to maths and most of the people I knew who studied Set Theory were also able mathematicians or logicians.I regret not having done any of that because I now believe that it is the way things go together which is more important, in many cases, than what the things are in themselves.To repeat an illustration from an earlier sermon I remember a clergyman in our local parish in British Columbia getting in…

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