About Coleman Glenn

Shock and Blessings

My wife is amazing. In the face of her cancer diagnosis a week and a half ago (could it possibly just have been a week and a half ago?), she has embraced life, and walked with courage and faith. And she’s also cried and felt exhausted and been real and open and honest. Look at [Read More…]

Hard News

I don’t know if there are many people who follow this blog who wouldn’t have heard through other channels, but in case there are: my wife Anne and I got the awful news last week that Anne has cancer. In particular, she has neuroendocrine tumours (NET), also known as carcinoids; we’re still in the process [Read More…]

Why Did Jesus Have to Die? His Own Answer

Why did Jesus have to die? He gave a clear answer, but it’s one that raises questions of its own. [Read more…]

Two Snarky Comics and a Sermonette on Science

Science is awesome. But even people who should know better have a tendency to conflate the methods of science with current findings of science, and as a result they place far more faith than is warranted in today’s scientific theories. [Read more…]

Cut from the Sermon: What Jesus Said About His Coming

This past Sunday, I preached on the Second Coming of the Lord – asking “what is the Second Coming, and what does it mean to me?” Give it a listen. This sermon was a tough one – the first draft was double the length it needed to be, so there was a fair amount of painful [Read More…]

Cut from the Sermon: Feeling Guilty about Being Serene

On Sunday I preached about life going on after death – both for the person who has died, and for the people left behind (click here for sermon audio). In the first draft of my sermon I considered building on comments about a passage from 2 Samuel that our head pastor Malcolm had made in his sermon last [Read More…]


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