Rev. Dr. Jon Mundy is an author, lecturer, and the publisher of Miracles magazine. Rev. Jon and Rabbi Gelberman began
Interfaith Inc., in New York City in 1977, and they co-founded The New Seminary for Interfaith Ministers in 1981. He is the author of 9 books including his newest book Living A Course in Miracles published by Sterling Ethos of NYC, a division of Barnes & Noble.
Rev. Dr. Jon Mundy has been an author, lecturer, and minister since 1985, and the publisher of Miracles Magazine.
www.miraclesmagazine.org and received his Ph.D. in 2003.
A retired university lecturer. Taught classes in Philosophy, Religion, and Psychology from 1967-2009 at: Interboro Institute,
New York City (1967-1970); The New School University in New York City (1969-1979); Mercy College (1980-1994), teaching on campus and inside Sing Sing and Bedford Hills Prison for Women; Taught at: The State University of New York, New Paltz, NY
(2001-2007) and Marist College, Poughkeepsie, New York (2000-2009).
- Areas of specialization include: “The History of Mysticism,” “The Psychology of Religion,” “World Religions,” “The History of
Philosophy” “Oriental Philosophy” and “A Course in Miracles.”
- Co-founder in 1981 with Rabbi Joseph Gelberman of the New Seminary for the training of Interfaith Ministers and in 1989 a co-founder along with Rev. Dr. Diane Berke of Interfaith Fellowship with services in Cami Hall across from Carnegie Hall, in New York City.
- Author of 9 books including his newest book, Living A Course in Miracles, published by Sterling Ethos, of NYC, a division of Barnes and Noble. Also What Is Mysticism?, Missouri Mystic, Awaken to Your Own Call: A Comprehensive Introduction to A Course in Miracles, Listening to Your Inner Guide, The Ten Laws of Happiness, Money and Jesus, Search for the Center, and Learning to Die.
- Met Dr. Helen Schucman and Dr. William Thetford in 1973. They, along with Dr. Ken Wapnick, introduced him to A Course in Miracles over a year before its publication. Helen served as Jon’s counselor and guide until she became ill in 1980.
A Minister for more than 50 years, Jon began serving three rural Missouri churches in 1961. Licensed by the Christian Church, Disciples of Christ in 1961, ordained a Deacon by the United Methodists in 1971, an Elder in 1981, and as an Interfaith Minister in 1988.