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An interview with Barbara Brown Taylor

An interview with Barbara Brown Taylor

Her recent preaching series Feasting on the Word (co-edited with David L. Bartlett) continues to be essential to many Episcopal priests, but Barbara Brown Taylor’s influence goes well beyond the pulpit.


Jonathan Merritt of Religion News Service interviews her on her past fatigue of Episcopal ministry (from her 2007 book Leaving Church), as well as her life as a writer and professor at Piedmont College, and her relationship with faith communities today.

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