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Priest Pulse: Over the Face of the Waters

Priest Pulse: Over the Face of the Waters

Over the Face of the Waters – Season 2 Episode 6

It’s episode 40 of Priest Pulse. In this episode, Todd Brewer from the General Theological Seminary in NYC and Karyn Wiseman from the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia join us for a preaching roundtable where we discuss preaching out of chaos. How do we approach the pulpit in the midst of national tragedies and the complex and difficult realities of our modern world? How does this election effect our preaching voice? What does the gospel demand during difficult times?

The Rev. DeDe Duncan-Probe, bishop-elect of the Diocese of Central New York, joins Colin to talk about her unique name, her journey of faith, and expectations for entering into her new ministry as bishop. In the lightning round, our roundtable guests talk about their favorite holiday pies.

http://episcopaldigitalnetwork.com/ens/2016/08/08/central-new-york-elects-dede-duncan-probe-as-next-bishop/

http://news.gts.edu/2015/08/meet-the-faculty-an-interview-with-prof-todd-brewer/

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