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Paddock Lectures 2021: Pestilence, Peril and Promise
Emerging from the global pandemic will be the defining moment of our generation. From the relatively trivial to the significant, our lives will be different in a post-pandemic world.

We might be seeing the end of the commute. Families are re-evaluating where they live. Certain industries are facing major challenges - theaters, movies, hotels, and travel. The pandemic exposed again the deep socio-economic and racial divisions in our society. The virus and its effects are likely to linger for decades and become a more deadly version of the seasonal flu. Many of us will walk the world with more anxiety than we did in 2019. How will the church respond? How do you do hybrid church - where some people can watch a recording and others are present? How do you persuade people that presence and proximity are worth the hassle?

Join us for two evenings with The Very Rev. Dr. Ian Markham where we explore the theological and ecclesiological landscape in the post-pandemic world.
Apr 19, 2021 06:00 PM
Apr 20, 2021 06:00 PM
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The Very Rev. Dr. Ian Markham
Dean and President @Virginia Theological Seminary
A respected authority within The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion in systematic theology, social ethics, and religious diversity, Markham is committed to nurturing critical thinking Christian leaders, both lay and ordained, who will serve as God’s witness to the world. In 2007, Markham was appointed Dean and President of Virginia Theological Seminary. Before being called to VTS, he served as Dean and Professor of Theology and Ethics at Hartford Seminary in Connecticut and as visiting professor of globalization, ethics, and Islam at Leeds Metropolitan University in the United Kingdom. He also served on the faculty of Liverpool Hope University and the University of Exeter.