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Yesterday in our worship at St. Philip, we received the gift of a luminous Ephiphany sermon from Jungian Analyst Judith Slimmon.
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The mysterious visitors Matthew’s Gospel portrays as coming to pay homage to Jesus in Bethlehem were operating from a different paradigm than guides most people.

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In the time of King Herod, after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea,
wise men from the East came to Jerusalem.
(Matthew 2:1)

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I am not sure the Rev. John Henry Hopkins (1820-1891) has done Epiphany a favour with his much-loved carol, “We Three Kings of Orient Are.”

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