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The Rev. Dr. Graham B. Walker, Jr. The Rev. Dr. Graham Walker is co-pastor of Druid Hills Baptist Church in Atlanta, GA, and professor of theology and philosophy at McAfee School of Theology at Mercer University in Atlanta.

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The Rev. Dr. Graham Walker, Jr.

Cooperative Baptist Fellowship

McAfee School of Theology, Mercer University, Atlanta, GA

Druid Hills Baptist Church, Atlanta, GA

The Rev. Dr. Graham Walker is co-pastor with his wife, Mimi, of Druid Hills Baptist Church in Atlanta, GA. He is also professor of theology and philosophy at McAfee School of Theology at Mercer University in Atlanta. Earlier the Walkers were co-pastors of Northwoods Baptist Church in Chamblee, GA.

The son of missionaries to Singapore, Graham was educated at Florida State University, and earned both the master of divinity and doctor of philosophy degrees from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. Graham came to McAfee in 1999 after teaching at Asia Baptist Graduate Theological Seminary in the Philippines for 12 years. 


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The Rev. Graham B. Walker - Day1 Conversations with Peter Wallace

The Rev. Dr. Graham Walker, Jr. (CBF)
The Rev. Graham B. Walker appeared on Day1 and spoke to host Peter Wallace about the work of co-pastoring a baptist church in Atlanta, seminary work all over the globe, and working closely with his wife and co-pastor, Mimi Walker.
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The Rev. Dr. Graham B. Walker, Jr.

Fish and Eggs, Snakes and Scorpions

Luke 11:1013

Proper 12 (17) - Year C

July 25, 2010

The Rev. Dr. Graham Walker, Jr. (CBF)

"As he finished praying, one of his disciples said, 'Lord teach us to pray as John taught his disciples to pray.'" The disciple approaches Jesus as a matter of observation and comparison.

This one disciple articulates what we all know privately within ourselves; we are an ambiguous construction of earth and spirit.  We are as grounded as the adamah (the red clay) out of which we are drawn and we are as free as the nephesh (the wind) that fills our lungs.  We are grounded spirits, the middle point of creation as Plato describes us.  One testimony to this inner ambiguity is our felt anxiety over how we should then live.  There seems to be no inner gyroscope to provide balance and orientation in our human life. 

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