Greetings Reader

I appreciate your interest in the topics here. Recently I’ve had readers from a very interesting assortment of places on the map.

United States, Israel, Germany, United kingdom, Philippines, Pakistan, Australia, South Africa, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates, Sweden, Nigeria, New Zealand, El Salvador, Romania, Norway, the Czech Republic, France, Brazil, and Finland.

I’d be very encouraged, if you want, if you would drop in and say hi. If you want to contact me BUT don’t want me to publish your name or anything, just type FYEO at the top of your comment.

You know, I love what I’m doing. Knowing that you are getting something that you value from my little hobby is very gratifying.

This is NOT a lead-in to a donation request. I am a retired widower, remarried to an absolutely WONDERFUL Iraqi woman, and am not in need of money.

The fact that you are reading this means that you are interested in the kinds of things that interest me. Who better to get to know?

About Ron Goetz

My first wife used to say, "There's nothing so sacred that Ron won't pick it apart." My desire to be a pastor -- that was a temperamental mismatch. She was so patient. If my birth mother had lived somewhere else, maybe I would've become a cold case detective. But I would have had to be J instead of a P, I think. And that mid-life reevaluation, starting adolescence as a GARB fundamentalist and transitioning to a non-theist, that gave me an unusual skill set.
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3 Responses to Greetings Reader

  1. Maureen Deyo says:

    You have been a huge help to me for figuring out the truth about LGBTQ. I was in the Assemblies of God and I knew their condemnation of people couldn’t be right. You helped me understand what the Bible really says. I’m now happily going to The Grove, a Methodist Church in Woodbury MN.

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  2. Purple F. says:

    Thank you so much, Ron, for your work in this website and for publishing your book, The Galilee Episode. I want to learn more from you. Growing from Assemblies of God when I was a young Christian and now serving as a pastor here in Philippines is very hard for someone like me who is a member of the LGBTQ community. I have always lived fearing to be discovered and to receive all the condemnation. Many times I feel depressed and lonely, but thanks for people like you who really does his best to make a difference by making this world a better place for rainbow people like us. God bless your work!


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