greg garrett pt.1 :: 1.16

greg garrett

this week we talk with greg garrett, an english professor at baylor university in waco, texas and author of numerous books, including most recently “stories from the edge – a theology of grief.” he serves as writer in residence for the priests and pastors in training at the episcopal theological seminary of the southwest, and as lay preacher at st. david’s episcopal church in austin, texas.

greg talks about some of the difficulties and suffering he’s faced in his life and what he learned through it. he also discusses what he learned about God and suffering while serving as a hospital chaplain one summer in austin, texas.

related ::
greg’s blog :: the other jesus
the voice
homebrewed christianity :: suffering and meaning with prof. Bob Mesle (pt.1)
homebrewed christianity :: suffering and meaning with prof. Bob Mesle (pt.2)
greg garrett pt.2

music ::
anne weiss – hard time killing floor blues
nowhere boys – in the 21st century
spiritualized – shine a light
jukebox the ghost – hold it in

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