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In Conversation

Michael Curry and Barbara Harris

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As a teenager, Michael Curry served as a part of the "Youth Presence" at General Convention 1979. While there, he met Barbara Harris, not yet a priest. The story of their friendship is one that tracks the history of the Episcopal Church over the intervening years. In this volume, the two talk about a wide range of topics-their families and the strong women who shaped them, the vocation of the priesthood and the episcopacy, and social justice, among others-in a conversation facilitated and edited by Fredrica Harris Thompsett.

Author Biography

Fredrica Harris Thompsett is the Mary Wolfe professor of historical theology at the Episcopal Divinity School, Cambridge, MA, where she has also served as academic dean for fourteen years. She is the author or editor of several Church Publishing and Morehouse titles, including the most recent Encouraging Conversation and the highly regarded We Are Theologians.
Release date NZ
January 1st, 2019
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Edited by Fredrica Harris Thompsett
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Church Publishing
Pages
112
Dimensions
152x226x8
ISBN-13
9780819233691
Product ID
26802141

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