The Acts of Paul and Thecla

Perry Kea discusses the Acts of Paul and Thecla during our 2017 Fall Meeting. Specifically, he explains how the story of Thecla — while having what we might identify as conservative underpinnings of celibacy — can actually be used as a lens through which to view more progressive ideas about the role of women and ideas of salvation.

Perry Kea

Interview with Sarah Morice Brubaker

Creating safe community spaces

Interview with Perry Kea

The Acts of Paul and Thecla

Interview with Bart Campolo

Religious Naturalism and the future of God