During his lecture tour of the United States in the 60s,
Karl Barth was asked for what he considered was the most
profound theological idea he had ever come across.
"Jesus loves me,
this I know,
for the Bible told me so."
'Dew of Hermon', is taken from a line in Psalm 133. The writer of that ancient song enthused about how good it is when people live together in unity,and compares it poetically to the dew of Hermon descending upon the mountains of Zion. In that spirit it is hoped these scribblings will be more refreshing mountain dew, than obscurantist valley fog, where a weary Pilgrim might be refreshed and replenished for the journey ahead.