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The narrator of Geraldine Brooks’ novel “Caleb’s Crossing” asks, “Who are we, really? Are our fates written in full by God before we draw our first breath? Do we make ourselves, by the choices we ourselves make?”
One of our core beliefs as Presbyterians is that the more people involved in a decision, the more likely we are to figure out where God is leading us. That’s why so many teaching elders and ruling elders attend General Assembly. It’s also why Presbyterians spend so much time in meetings. We believe that many cooks only make the broth tastier.