Faith, Serious Illness, and the Virtual Body of Christ, with guest Deanna Thompson, St. Olaf College

April 26, 2021 00:48:23
Faith, Serious Illness, and the Virtual Body of Christ, with guest Deanna Thompson, St. Olaf College
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Faith, Serious Illness, and the Virtual Body of Christ, with guest Deanna Thompson, St. Olaf College
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Show Notes

Deanna Thompson is Martin E. Marty Regents Chair in Religion and the Academy at St. Olaf College in Minnesota, where she also serves as Inaugural Director of the Lutheran Center for Faith, Values, and Community. A distinguished Christian theologian, she has written powerfully in recent years about her experience of living with cancer – the […]

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