Highlighted Episode: Experiencing God in a Time of Crisis, with guest Sarah Bachelard, Benedictus Contemplative Church

January 03, 2022 00:43:05
Highlighted Episode: Experiencing God in a Time of Crisis, with guest Sarah Bachelard, Benedictus Contemplative Church
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Highlighted Episode: Experiencing God in a Time of Crisis, with guest Sarah Bachelard, Benedictus Contemplative Church
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Today we highlight a past episode of our Faith and Imagination podcast. Founding Director of the BYU Humanities Center Matthew Wickman raises questions of faith in times of crises with Reverend Dr. Sarah Bachelard. They discuss together how to experience God in a time of turmoil and uncertainty, and how to experience a disruption of our sense […]

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