Let me introduce myself:
- I have a well loved Elkhound/Lab mix named Griz. He is the reason my clothes are fur covered and why I buy peanut butter.
- I say things like theodicy, normative practice of the Church, and implicit theology as if everyone knows them. Please make me explain myself.
- I prefer tea to coffee. And loose-leaf to bagged. Fortunately I live in Canada where people know how to make tea.
- None of the movers believed I had 27 boxes of books. Until they were moving them. Most of them are theology or science fiction
- I usually have a paper book and my kindle with me. One-click purchasing for e-books will be my downfall.
- After growing up in Montana and The Episcopal Church, I moved to Edmonton Canada and the Anglican Church of Canada. I was as surprised as anyone else by this.
- I’m married to a wonderful man who doesn’t like theology or the amount of fur my dog comes with. Fortunately he loves science fiction and me.
Things I write about include: sermons, my thoughts on sermons, life as a priest, theology, the Church, and history. I haven’t written about my dog. Yet.
My official title is The Reverend Robyn King. I have a BA in History from the University of Montana and a Master of Divinity from The General Theological Seminary of The Episcopal Church. I served as the rector of a cluster of three small Churches in Montana and interim Camp Director for the Diocese of Montana before becoming rector of St Peter’s Anglican Church in the Diocese of Edmonton.
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