Three of My Best Sermons

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Here are audio and/or video recordings of my three most recent sermons, all delivered on the west coast of Michigan and each very different. My publicist likes the first, most recent, one best. Connie's favorite is the one I delivered in Ludington on Memorial Day. I'm quite pleased with them all.

"Evolutionize Your Life: Heaven Is Coming Home to Reality" (June 13, 2010)
I say some very radical things (including introducing the idea of "the New Atheists as God's prophets" and saying "nothing is driving young people away from religion more quickly and surely than the Bible") to this rather large Christian congregation in conservative western Michigan. To my shock and amazement, I was applauded! I see this as a very good sign. :-)

"The New Atheists As God's Prophets?!" (June 6, 2010)
This was the first time that a church (People's Church in Ludington, Michigan) specifically requested that I preach on this topic — one I'm feeling especially called to speak and write about these days. It was very well received.

"Deep-Time Memory and Gratitude" (May 30, 1010)
Connie claims this is my best sermon ever (delivered on Memorial Day weekend). I'm not sure about that, but I would certainly agree that it's one of my better ones. Less heady and more heartful/emotional than many others I've delievered.

On a separate note, here's our itinerary for the rest of this year. And if you've not already done so, do check out our three separate podcasts: (1) America's Evolutionary Evangelists, (2) Inspiring Naturalism, and (3) Evolving Faith (the last two are fabulous interviews)!

As you can tell, we've been having entirely too much fun!