“I Was in Prison and You Visited Me,” with Andrew Skotnicki, Manhattan College

April 15, 2024 00:44:01
“I Was in Prison and You Visited Me,” with Andrew Skotnicki, Manhattan College
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
“I Was in Prison and You Visited Me,” with Andrew Skotnicki, Manhattan College

Apr 15 2024 | 00:44:01

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Show Notes

Andrew Skotnicki is Professor of Religious Studies at Manhattan College. He has been a devoted minister to people in prison for more than a half century, and we discuss some of the lessons that ministry has taught him, problems he perceives with our system of criminal justice, and the blessings he has received from heeding Jesus’s words to visit those who are sick and in prison.

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