St. John, Apostle and Evangelist, Sermon of December 27, 1998
This rich sermon is almost a lecture in history. It tells about how the oral tradition developed into the written tradition and how words get into our hearts. It was delivered in St. John’s Ev. Lutheran Church in East Oakland, California, where a wonderful teacher also had just presented the Kwanzaa tradition.
Note that clicking on this .pdf- file makes it appear at 170%. It is easy to go up to the tool bar and make it 125 or 100%. That makes it much more pleasant reading. There is one misspelling, “holey” on page 4 should be “wholly.”