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Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch

545px-Rembrandt,_The_Baptism_of_the_Eunuch,_1626,_Museum_Catharijneconvent,_Utrecht

                      Rembrandt, The Baptism of the Eunuch, c. 1626.

'There are many people in our world whose bodies tell complicated stories. From minority ethnicity, to non-binary gender, to diverse sexuality, to the plain old patriarchal oppression of women. Yet God called Philip to go to the Ethiopian Eunuch, to tell him that he was absolutely included in the story of God’s love, made known through the life of Jesus, and to baptise him as a symbol and sign of his acceptance and belonging.' - Simon Woodman preaching on Acts 8.26-39 at Provoking Faith in a Time of Isolation, the online gathering of Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 25th April 2021.

Listen to this sermon here: https://soundcloud.com/bloomsbury-1/philip-and-the-ethiopian-eunuch

Read the sermon script here: http://baptistbookworm.blogspot.com/2021/04/philip-and-ethiopian-eunuch.html

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