The son of a Baptist minister, I was ordained in the Episcopal Church in 1977. I studied for the ministry at Princeton, General, and Union Seminaries. I have served as a parish priest for over thirty years. I have a particular interest in the healing ministry and the Jewish roots of Christianity. I am married and have a grown son and daughter.
The author is an Episcopal priest who has had a longstanding interest in the Jewish Roots of Christianity. He developed this Haggadah for use in his parish, St. Bartholomew’s, Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey. On Maundy Thursday the parish uses this Haggadah at the Seder that is part of its Holy Week observances.
The author is an Episcopal priest who has had a longstanding interest in the Jewish Roots of Christianity. This book on the Ten Commandments with commentary reflects that interest. The commentary draws upon Rabbinical sources and the author’s own reflections. In addition, pertinent Biblical stories are used to illustrate the Commandments.
A short course in the Christian faith that is orthodox in content but novel in presentation since it sets the life and ministry of Messiah Jesus within the context of Jewish belief and practice. Jesus was a practicing Jew. Both Christians and Jews tend to ignore this fact and so fail to fully understand or appreciate his life and ministry. This course is my attempt to better understand.
A journal with reflections covering an Episcopal priest's 28 day sabbatical in the Israel. Traveling alone and on foot most of the time, I spent 3 weeks in Jerusalem and 1 in Galilee. I also visited Bethlehem, Herodian, Qumran, Masada, and Beit Shean. I didn't find Jesus there. I had brought him with me and I felt he showed me around this place that was his earthly home.