Rev. Daniel McLain Hixon

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Industry Religion
Occupation Pastor / clergy
Location United States
Introduction I am an ordained "elder" (also called "presbyter" or "priest" in some churches) in Christ's one holy catholic and apostolic Church. I am a disciple of Jesus who resonates with the way of discipleship of John Wesley: a thoughtful, Biblical, and lively faith in Jesus Christ our Savior; a liturgical and sacramental piety in the Anglican tradition that is open to the movement of the Spirit; spiritual disciplines as key to opening our lives to God's manifold grace; an active faith that reaches out to others in witness and service; and a continuity with the classic catholic faith (the "mere Christianity") that has been held in all ages, in all cultures, by all the faithful. The United Methodist Church calls its heritage "catholic, evangelical, and reformed" and "affirms that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, the Savior of the world, and the Lord of all." I seek to embody that in my faith, ministry, and blogging. I attended LSU for my BA in political theory and SMU for my MDiv.
Interests reading, writing, traveling, theology, philosophy, politics, literature, boats, hiking, saving Western Civilization
Favorite Books The Holy Bible (God), Mere Christianity (Lewis), Celebration of Discipline (Foster), Orthodoxy (Chesterton), The Book of Common Prayer (The Church), The Cost of Discipleship (Bonhoeffer), The Great Divorce (Lewis), Pride and Prejudice (Austen), Lord of the Rings (Tolkien), The Chronicles of Narnia (Lewis), The Lord and his Prayer (Wright), Republic (Plato)