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Episcopalians in the spotlight this weekend

Episcopalians in the spotlight this weekend

Lately Episcopalians have been the go to people for in-depth exploration of religion.


The Rev. Dr. Wil Gafney has been podcasting and tweeting each of the Sunday episodes and is quoted in the Guardian from her posts on the History channel series The Bible: She thinks that some aspects of the series are solid but critiques the whitewashing of the Bible and treatment of women.

Gafney is an Episcopal priest and Professor at Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia.

The entire interview is here

A segment on Mary from CBS’ Sunday Morning features Dr. Deidre Good of General Theological Seminary as well as Professors Robin Jensen and Craig Evans.

See yesterday’s Lead for more.

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Heidi Rodrick-Schnaath

Dr. Gafney teaches at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia.

[Thanks for the edit ~ed.]

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