Highlighted Episode: Wilderness Spirituality, with guest Belden Lane

October 11, 2021 00:45:49
Highlighted Episode: Wilderness Spirituality, with guest Belden Lane
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Highlighted Episode: Wilderness Spirituality, with guest Belden Lane

Oct 11 2021 | 00:45:49

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Show Notes

This week, we reach into our past episodes to highlight Belden Lane’s “Wilderness Spirituality.” We released this episode in the month of May, a time—at least for those following academic calendars—of busy travel and end of semester business. This isn’t a new episode with Belden Lane; rather, we appreciate his thoughts and careful consideration of […]

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