Brite holds ‘Bible, Politics and Sexuality’ panel

Brite Divinity School and The Carpenter Initiative in Gender, Sexuality and Justice present a panel discussing “Bible, Politics and Sexuality.” The speakers are Joretta Marshall, executive vice president and dean, professor of pastoral theology and pastoral care and counseling director of the carpenter initiative; Shelly Matthews, associate professor of New Testament; and Stephen Sprinkle, professor of practical theology and director of field education and supervised ministry.

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