Rev. Byron Williams: A Meaningful Life
Columnist, author, and theologian, Rev. Byron Williams is one of the leading public theologians in the nation. He is a columnist, author, and the former pastor of the Resurrection Community Church in Berkeley, CA. He is now President and CEO of the Kairos Moment a progressive theological think-tank in Winston-Salem NC. He is host of the NPR-affiliated broadcast The Public Morality and serves as adjunct professor at Wake Forest School of Divinity.
Williams has spoken across the country and appeared on numerous television and radio news programs, including CNN, MSNBC, ABC Radio, Fox News, and National Public Radio.
Taped January 21, 2009.
Notes on music and art:
The composer of the music and the painters of the pictures used in the show lived with serious mental health problems.
Promenade from Pictures at an Exhibition by Modest Mussorgsky
The Parable of the Good Samaritan by Francesco Bassano
Old Man in Sorrow by Vincent van Gogh
The Erythraean Sibyl (Sistine Chapel) by Michelangelo
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