Monthly Archives: March 2011

Rome: Day Five – The Lay Center

After an afternoon that allowed some time to finally kick back and rest a little at my room on Piazza Farnese I had dinner at The Lay Center on Friday evening, March 11. This invitation was arranged by Michael Severance … Continue reading

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Rome: Day Five — More Conversations on Missional-Ecumenism

On Friday, March 11, I joined Deacon John Green, Deacon Nate Bacon and Jose Penata, for a conversation with Fr. Keith J. Pecklers, Keith is an American who was trained at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley (CA) has been … Continue reading

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The Vatican: Secret Access

Secret Access: The Vatican 3/30 at 9pm [HQ] TOMORROW, March 30, AT 9pm, EDT- Secret Access: The Vatican. This is the first time that American audiences get an intimate and revealing look on how Pope Benedict XVI lives, works and … Continue reading

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Rome: Day Four — More Discussions on Ecumenism

After our time at the PCPCU at the Vatican our small group walked to the Angelicum for the second time in two days. Here we had a small lunch in the college and then a wonderful meeting with Fr. Frederick … Continue reading

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Rome: Day Four and a Conversation at the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity

Thursday, March 10, was the day I most looked forward to in Rome. I was not disappointed. Our itinerary included a visit with two leaders in the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity (PCPCU) in the Vatican. Our gracious hosts … Continue reading

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The Multidimensional Nature of a Christian Worldview

We hear so much about holding to the Christian worldview these days. Some Christians, including some rather important well-known teachers, suggest that there is a single worldview that is truly Christian thus we should teach this system of truth to … Continue reading

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Rome: Day Three and Our Missional-Ecumenical Team

As I mentioned a few days ago my trip to Rome came about because (Catholic) Deacon Nathaniel Bacon, an InnerCHANGE missionary in Guatemala, read my book and concluded that I should be a part of a group he invited to … Continue reading

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Rome: Day Two

On day two of my journey to Rome I toured some of the greatest sights of the ancient city and spoke in the evening. I will describe the city first and then my evening address. The day began with breakfast … Continue reading

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Rome: Day One

I arrived in Rome on Monday, March 7, after an overnight flight out of Atlanta. This was my first overseas flight in a long time. One of my three benefactors gave me miles to fly in business class so I … Continue reading

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My Trip to Rome

Some of you know that I made a trip to Rome, March 6-15. Having been home about a week now I want to share a great deal about this life-changing journey. I wrote very little about this trip during my … Continue reading

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