Harvard Divinity School professor on the divine revelatory experience in American female religious figures of the 19th century and in the fiction of Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Harvard Divinity School Professor David Holland describes how Ellen Gould White’s revelatory experience compares with Mary Baker Eddy’s.
Dr. Carl Scovel and archivist Judy Huenneke explore the unique genre of spiritual autobiography, through the works of two notable female religious figures—Julian of Norwich and Mary Baker Eddy.
Rev. Dr. Carl Scovel on “Translating the Bible—Art, Accuracy, and Faith.” Dr. Scovel was minister at King’s Chapel in Boston for over 30 years. He currently participates in the Unitarian Universalist Spiritual Directors’ Network.
Rev. Kaia Stern, Ph.D. on “The Bible and Liberty and Justice for All.” Dr. Stern’s background is in the field of transformative justice. She is an interfaith minister and directs the Prison Studies Project at Harvard University.