William Taylor, our Rector, gave this talk, “Arrested and Accused”, on Tuesday, 8th May, 2012; here at St Helen’s, Bishopsgate, to our Tuesday-lunchtime congregation.
He spoke on a passage from Luke’s account of the Passion: from chapter 22, verse 63 – “Now the men who were holding Jesus in custody were mocking him as they beat him … “ – to chapter 23, verse 5 – “(4) Then Pilate said to the chief priests and the crowds, “I find no guilt in this man". (5) But they were urgent, saying, “He stirs up the people … ”
Luke 22.63 - 23.5
- 1. Jesus: judge of the world
- 2. The World: guilty before Jesus
(This talk, Arrested and Accused, is the first in a series of four Tuesday-lunchtime talks - 'The death that changed the world')
For other talks by William Taylor, or to browse or search our archive of over 7,000 talks (by William Taylor, Dick Lucas, David Jackman, Paul Clarke, Charlie Skrine, and others), or to subscribe to a podcast, please visit our church website st-helens.org.uk/ - there’s lots of other information there too.
We are a church community in the heart of the City of London, and only a short walk away from Liverpool Street Station, for anyone who wants to investigate the claims of Jesus or who wants to know and serve him better.
We have services on Sundays and some weekday lunchtimes. If ever you're in London you're always welcome to join us.
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