Monthly Archives: September 2011

SYRIA – President, Sheiks, Mufti, and Kanafeh

This is the final post, 6th in a series (one, two, three, four, five), of my recent trip to Syria – September 13-18, 2011. You can listen to the Orthodixie Podcast about the trip by clicking HERE. Our final full … Continue reading

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A “No Brainer” in Syria

August 31st was a long day at the church office, from 7 AM through Evening Liturgy for Church New Year; the work day’s start to finish: about 15 hours. I’m getting older and I have a couch in my office. … Continue reading

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Syria – September 2011, Part 5

I promise: I’ll get to my visit with the President of Syria; but first, the final post of some other stuff. I was part of a delegation that traveled to Syria September 13 – 18th on a fact finding mission, … Continue reading

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Syria – September 2011, Part 4

As mentioned earlier (here, one, two, three), I was part of a delegation that traveled to Syria September 13 – 18th on a fact finding mission, especially regarding the 3 million Christians in that country. Yes, we met with the … Continue reading

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Syria – September 2011, Part 3

As mentioned earlier (here, one, two), I was part of a delegation that traveled to Syria September 13 – 18th on a fact finding mission, especially regarding the 3 million Christians in that country. Yes, we met with the President … Continue reading

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The Kingdom of God? You’re Going to Hell! (Blogs)

There once was a small town, somewhere in Middle America, with a restaurant, hardware store, law office and bank found at the crossroads of Main Street and Vine. It was a busy intersection, that part of town, and every day … Continue reading

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Syria – September 2011, Part 2

As I mentioned here & here, I was part of a delegation that traveled to Syria September 13 – 18th on a fact finding mission, especially regarding the 3 million Christians in that country. Yes, we met with the President … Continue reading

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