Karen Wright Marsh is executive director and cofounder of Theological Horizons, a university ministry that has advanced theological scholarship at the intersection of faith, thought, and life since 1991. Karen directs daily programs, writes resources and curriculum, teaches weekly classes, mentors students, leads the staff, and speaks at retreats, churches, and campus ministries. She holds degrees in philosophy and linguistics from Wheaton College and the University of Virginia. Karen lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, with her husband, Charles Marsh.
What can a Christian who lived centuries ago teach us about faith and scholarship today? Listen in on our conversation with Karen Wright Marsh as we talk about the quirks and virtues of some of the spiritual giants of the Christian tradition.
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