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Soboroff Typewritter Exhibit

Mitchell Memorial Library at Mississippi State University opened a display of typewriters used by famous authors today. Steve Soboroff is sharing some of his collection with places along the Southern Literacy Trail. The display opened today and I took a few minutes to visit. Included in the exhibit at MSU include typewriters used by Ray ...
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223rd General Assembly–Day Two

The morning began with a trip to Ladue Chapel Presbyterian Church, PC(USA) on a bus with some other commissioners. Upon arrival, I was warmly greeted by several members, told about things without having to ask, and introduced to the table with homemade cookies and coffee. I talked with several people and sat in the back of ...
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The Site is Back Up

I am back on the web and hope to blog a little more. In my absence, I have completed my Ph.D., completed by rotation through the offices of the National Society of Professional Engineers, become a grandfather, and fully converted to a Mac. Converting to the Mac was part of the issue. My old site ...
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Church Woes

The Session of First Presbyterian Church Starkville, MS went to court to sue the St. Andrew Presbytery over property issues. The root of the complaint is whether the PC(USA) has a trust interest in the property of the local church. According to my elder training that is indeed the case but others disagreed. The judge ...
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