The Virtual Body of Christ in a Suffering World
Deanna A. Thompson’s newest book, The Virtual Body of Christ in a Suffering World, focuses on the current digital revolution and its potential for helping us better care for one another in the worst times of our lives.
Deanna A. Thompson
is an author, speaker, and professor of Religion at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota. Thompson’s writing and speaking covers on topics ranging from Martin Luther and feminism, Scriptural interpretation (Deuteronomy in particular), cancer and faith, and being the church in the digital age. When she’s not writing, speaking, or teaching, Thompson can be found hiking in a national park with her husband and two daughters.
Deanna is thrilled to have her newest book featured on Syndicate, a forum for scholars interested in not merely reviewing new work in the humanities, but engaging it in substantive and diaological ways. Starting on Monday, April 24, 2017, Syndicate will host a symposium on The Virtual Body of Christ that will run for five weeks until May 26, 2017, with one essay from … read more.