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Getting New Yorkers to Hear the Word
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Getting New Yorkers to Hear the Word

How Bethany Jenkins's daily devotionals kickstart common-good Christianity in NYC.

"Bad books always lie," says Bethany Jenkins, quoting the novelist Walker Percy. The quote continues: "They lie most of all about the human condition."

But Jenkins is convinced that Tina Fey and Mindy Kaling do not.

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Howard Freeman

January 06, 2014  12:52pm

Lee: the one I go to each week typically uses this production - http://www.thewordofpromise.com/ - for us to listen to. Of course, there are probably more "organic" ones, with people reading live.

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Lee Hall

December 06, 2013  11:04pm

Fabulous! I am delighted by the idea of public listening meetings.

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