In this riveting spiritual memoir, Charles Marsh, director of the Project on Lived Theology, tells the story of his struggles with mental illness, explores the void between the Christian faith and scientific treatment, and forges a path toward reconciling these divergent worlds.
Workgroup exploring collective hope, experience, and wisdom for transformative education.
We are pleased to present “Theology Now!” as a new space for theological musings, happenings and high gossip – fragments, if you will, marking the Project’s engagements and research. We welcome your contributions.
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