In this event, Nick Ripatrazone, author of Wild Belief, will speak with Bran Potter, professor emeritus of Geology and Environmental Studies at Sewanee, and Jennifer Michaels, English Department chair at Sewanee, about how the tradition of the wilderness as a place and source of story is essential to our understanding of faith. They will consider a broad range of wilderness storytellers and show how stories of the wilderness are not only fundamental to faith, but a source of an especially fertile spirituality.
Thursday, May 20 at 7 pm CDT
Join Nick Ripatrazone for an exploration of how stories of the wilderness are fundamental to faith and a source of fertile spirituality. This event is free to attend and registration is required.