Spiritual Practices Informed by the Arts
Ever wish you could get a few Regent teachers in the same room and watch them bounce perspectives off each other?
Faculty Roundtables are a chance to witness and even take part in these discussions, featuring full-time faculty, visiting professors, and friends.
This week's conversation is hosted by Bryana Russell and features Dr. Malcolm Guite and Dr. Susan Phillips discussing spiritual practices informed by the arts.
Dr. Malcolm Guite is a poet-priest and the Chaplain of Girton College, Cambridge. He teaches for the Divinity Faculty in Cambridge and lectures widely in England and North America on Theology and Literature. Dr. Susan Phillips is Executive Director at New College Berkeley. She is keenly interested in how we live our faith in daily life, drawing insight from the diverse fields of the social sciences, biblical spirituality, and practical theology. Both Dr. Guite and Dr. Phillips teach frequently at Regent Summer Programs.
You are invited to bring your lunch and join us in Room 100 for a lively discussion.
Regent College, Room 100