Monthly Archives: July 2016

Teaching at Mt. Hermon


We’ve been on vacation at Mt. Hermon Christian Conference Center, enjoying the beauty of the redwoods and soaking in the great teaching and fellowship available during their summer meetings! (Mt. Hermon, located in the hills above Santa Cruz, CA,  is … Continue reading

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Zealous for the Name of God?


“You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the LORD your God, am a jealous God…” (Ex. 20:5). One principle that Muslims and Christians share is that the God that they each worship (the Trinity vs. … Continue reading

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“No Ado About Too Much”


If you would like to read the article criticizing my posts on the Muslim prayer led by Mr. Said at the 222nd General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, USA, it can be found here:   http://www.pbyofnewcovenant.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=243:too-much-ado-about-nothing&catid=27:articles-of-general-interest&Itemid=208   Written by Mike … Continue reading

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A Crooked Take on the “Straight Path”


My last two  blogs apparently caused a bit of a ripple in the world of liberal PCUSA leaders. I learned on July 1 that General Presbyter Mike Cole, executive of the New Covenant Presbytery (whom I have met in the … Continue reading

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