Mary and I were on the island of Maui, celebrating some anniversaries. Thursday we took a guided tour to Hana, which brought us by waterfalls, through rain forest, along the coast with black sand and lava rock, and back through arid grazing land. Today we witnessed the sunrise from the top of the Haleakala crater, a dormant volcano, then biked down 28 miles and 10,000 feet in elevation to sea level. Tomorrow we plan to go snorkeling near the Molokini crater and see colorful corral and sealife. We are continually amazed at the variety of God’s creation.
Meanwhile, I am enjoying editing Wayne Spears’s outstanding dissertation on the role of the Scottish commissioners at the Westminster Assembly. Reformation Heritage Books will be printing this insightful work in coming months. Anyone interested in the Puritans and the Westminster Assembly will definitely want to read this landmark work.