Rekindling the Intellectual, Spiritual, Creative legacy of Christians in Culture

Each month Reverend Earl Palmer selects a book thinking Christians ought to read. In this special episode broadcast from First Presbyterian Church in Berkeley, host Dick Staub leads the discussion with Rev Earl Palmer on the legacy of Reverend Robert Munger including his classic book, "My Heart Christ’s Home.”


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  1. I became a Christian while attending First Pres, Berkeley under Dr. Munger. He is precious in my memory. I remember being amazed at how awful many of the ministers were whose churches Rod and I visited while we were at Princeton Theological Seminary. I had not gone to church prior to joining First Pres and hearing Dr. Munger! I thought all ministers were like Dr. Munger – how I wish they were!! Thanks for sharing. Love, Greta

  2. That was a wonderful podcast and it blessed me a great deal. Dr. Munger was my pastor from the time I came to know the Lord in Berkeley in 1953 and baptised me into membership at First Presby. Church-Berkeley. Dr. Munger always preached from a Biblical text and I would reference the texts in my pocket new testament and write the sermon topic at the top of the page. My new testament is full of those texts. I last saw him and spoke to him at University Presby. Church-Seattle when Earl Palmer was installed as Senior Pastor.

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