Monthly Archives: April 2013

The dandelion and the Sermon

The Goshen Mennonite Church cancelled its Sunday School classes in order to accommodate the Goshen College Baccalaureate service. (Church and college share the same campus.)  I chose to join the baccalaureate service because I wanted to hear President James Brenneman’s sermon. … Continue reading

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Its all about Jesus

Goshen College is on the front page of The Elkhart Truth because it is graduation time.  And the name of Muhammad Rasoulipour merits a place as one of the 244 graduates.  He is unique as a Muslim from Iran who majored in … Continue reading

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Religious Fervor

The nineteen year-old young man who lies wounded in the hospital in Massaschusets acknowledges that he and  his brother were motivated by religious fervor when they made bombs and exploded them in the crowded Boston marathon to kill and maim as many people as possible. Some Christians … Continue reading

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