Kelly Brown Douglas: The Magnificat and Resurrection Hope

February 14, 2022 00:57:59
Kelly Brown Douglas: The Magnificat and Resurrection Hope
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Kelly Brown Douglas: The Magnificat and Resurrection Hope
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Show Notes

Drew and Jarrod joins the Very Reverend Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas in conversation around her new book Resurrection Hope, the Magnificat, and our ecological crisis. This special episode was recorded live during Inverse Podcast's co-presented conference with Eastern Mennonite Seminary. 

Kelly Brown Douglas is an African-American Episcopal priest, womanist theologian, and the inaugural Dean of the Episcopal Divinity School at Union Theological Seminary. She is also the Canon Theologian at the Washington National Cathedral.

Dean Douglas is the author of several books, including Sexuality and the Black Church: A Womanist Perspective, Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies and the Justice of God, The Black Christ, and her most recent work Resurrection Hope: A Future Where Black Lives Matter. 

 

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