I am the Lead Pastor of Marin Bible Church (Bay Area), born and raised in Huntington Beach, Ca., and currently living in Novato, California. I am married to my best friend of 30 years - Dana - and have five adult children; and seven grand children. I have been a Teaching Pastor for over thirty years. I was privileged to study at Multnomah University (B.S. - 1988); Talbot School of Theology (M.Div. - 1991); Westminster Theological Seminary & Northwest Graduate School (D. Min. - 2003). I founded Vertical Living Ministries in 2008 with the goal of encouraging Christian Disciples and Leaders to be more intentionally Christ-Centered in how they live by bringing glory to God in nine key areas of life: (1) Intimacy with God, (2) marriage, (3) family, (4) friendship, (5) vocationally/ministry , (6) emotional and physical health, (7) stewardship of resources, (8) discipleship, and (9) mentoring.
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3 thoughts on “E-Book Review of Jonathan Morrow’s “Is the Bible Sexist, Racist, Homophobic, and Genocidal?””
You’re so interesting! I do not believe I have read through anything like
this before. So wonderful to find someone with a few
genuine thoughts on this topic. Seriously.. thanks for starting this up.
This site is something that’s needed on the web, someone with a bit of originality!
I am a self-published author of three books which based on your profile, I believe may be of interest to you. Should you be able to find the time in your busy schedule, I would appreciate your candid review of “Preaching that Empowers God’s People: Expository Preaching in the 21st Century”, “The Minister’s Handbook: A Guide for Leadership” and “Conducting Church Audits: A Guide for Internal Auditors.” I am willing to send you free copies for your review if you would be kind enough to reply with the titles and your mailing address.
Thank you for your time.
Thanks for asking – due to my glaucoma my reading is very limited to the tasks I have at hand with preaching, discipleship, and my theology class that I teach. Therefore, I will have to decline. But thanks for your writing ministry and I wish you the best! Thanks, David