A Theology of Life with Depression, with guest Jessica Coblentz, St. Mary's College

February 07, 2022 00:48:41
A Theology of Life with Depression, with guest Jessica Coblentz, St. Mary's College
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A Theology of Life with Depression, with guest Jessica Coblentz, St. Mary's College
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Show Notes

Jessica Coblentz is an assistant professor of religious studies and theology at St. Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana. With Daniel Horan, she co-edited the volume The Human in a Dehumanizing World: Re-Examining Theological Anthropology and Its Implications, coming out later this year. She is the author of another book published just this year by Liturgical […]

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