Audrey Denney in Fuller Seminary program, “Conversing”

This is a great podcast with Audrey Denney, a 2018 candidate for our Congressional district, and Mark Laberton, the president of Fuller Seminary in Pasadena. The Fuller Seminary does a good job. My “godparent” received a master’s from there in theology, as well as a BS (University of Redlands), MS and PhD (University of Minnesota) in physics. (His bio is here.)

In this podcast, Denney reflects on what led her to become a congressional candidate, the impact of women activists, encountering defeat, and grappling with the Paradise, CA fires.

I think I’ve mentioned this, but Audrey’s sister, Robin, is an Episcopal priest. More details here.

The podcast is here.

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2 thoughts on “Audrey Denney in Fuller Seminary program, “Conversing””

  1. “Gregory,” this one’s for you:
    “Richard F. Carlson
    Richard F. Carlson is research professor of physics at the University of Redlands in Redlands, California, and formerly a visiting scientist in the department of radiation sciences at Uppsala University, Sweden. He received a BS (University of Redlands), MS and PhD (University of Minnesota) in physics, and an MA (Fuller Theological Seminary) in biblical studies and theology.

    His physics research interests are in experimental nuclear physics, and he has done postdoctoral research at UCLA. While teaching at the University of Redlands he has continued his nuclear research at UCLA, the University of Manitoba, University of California Davis, and currently at Uppsala University. Carlson has published more than fifty articles in physics research journals.

    Recently his interests have shifted to the area of science and Christian faith, and between 1995 and 2005 he taught a number of science and theology courses at the University of Redlands and Fuller Theological Seminary. His courses at Redlands and Fuller have resulted in two Templeton Foundation prizes. He is the general editor of Science & Christianity: Four Views (InterVarsity Press, 2000), as well as the author of a number of articles appearing in nuclear physics research journals and theological journals.”
    Next time click on the link.

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