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I am Geoffrey Mackey, a college administrator living in the Hudson Valley of New York State.  I have taught philosophy, literature and church history.  My wife and I are expecting our firstborn son very soon.
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Formerly a faculty member at a small evangelical liberal arts college in New York, I am now on the staff of an [[Anglican_Communion|Anglican]] seminary in Pennsylvania.  I have taught philosophy, literature and [[Timeline of Church History|Church history]]I was received by Chrismation into the [[Eastern Catholic Churches|Byzantine (Ruthenian) Catholic Church]] on 13 September 2009. My wife and I welcomed our firstborn son into this world on 14 August 2005 and named him for the [[Archangel]] [[Archangel Gabriel|Gabriel]]. Glory to [[Trinity|God]] for all things!
  
OrthodoxWiki Articles to which I have given significant input are:
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*[[Anglican Communion]]
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*[[Archbishop of Canterbury]]
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*[[Chrismation]]
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*[[Church of Armenia]]
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*[[Domestic Church]]
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*[[Episcopal Church U.S.A.]]
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*[[Evangelicalism]]
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*[[Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Sergius]]
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*[[Maria Skobtsova]]
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Regular Wikipedia Articles to which I have give significant input:
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Society_of_King_Charles_the_Martyr The Society of King Charles the Martyr]
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Society_of_Mary_(Anglican) The Society of Mary (Anglican)]
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Latest revision as of 03:54, December 5, 2009

Formerly a faculty member at a small evangelical liberal arts college in New York, I am now on the staff of an Anglican seminary in Pennsylvania. I have taught philosophy, literature and Church history. I was received by Chrismation into the Byzantine (Ruthenian) Catholic Church on 13 September 2009. My wife and I welcomed our firstborn son into this world on 14 August 2005 and named him for the Archangel Gabriel. Glory to God for all things!