In 1913, Episcopal Archdeacon Hudson Stuck, Walter Harper, Harry Karstens, Robert Tatum and John Fredson (who kept the camp and dogs healthy) were the first reported to have successfully summited the Alaskan peak known as Denali. In 2013 descendants of the original team repeated the climb. The
Day: August 24, 2013
[at] a Christian conference in Australia four years ago, one of the speakers asked attendees to hold up their Bibles. “There were about 20,000 people there. I looked around the room, and thousands — thousands — were holding their phones and Kindles up in the air. I knew from that point that the context was going to change forever.”
It is deeply unhelpful of the Archbishop to use language which appears to suggest that the risk that those who wish to affirm gay people present is one of a lack or loss of core beliefs. That just isn’t true and is a nasty slur against fellow Anglicans.
Towards the beginning of harvest three of the thirty chiefs went down to join David at the cave of Adullam, while a band of Philistines was encamped in the valley of Rephaim. David was then in the stronghold; and the garrison of the Philistines was then at Bethlehem. David said longingly, ‘O that someone would […]