The Theology – and Poetry – of Suffering, Transformation, and Joy, with guest Laura Reece Hogan

February 14, 2022 00:46:47
The Theology – and Poetry – of Suffering, Transformation, and Joy, with guest Laura Reece Hogan
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
The Theology – and Poetry – of Suffering, Transformation, and Joy, with guest Laura Reece Hogan
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Show Notes

Laura Reece Hogan is an award-winning poet and theologian. Her book I Live, No Longer I: Paul’s Spirituality of Suffering, Transformation, and Joy won four first place Catholic Press Association book awards and her volume of poems, Litany of Flights, won the Paraclete Poetry prize. She is the holder of advanced degrees in theology and law and is […]

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