The Gospel comes to us in an inexhaustible variety of ways: in reading Scripture and praying together, in thinking hard and arguing in faithful community, in the Holy Spirit and in flesh and bone. These sermons engage heart and mind, all of the senses (including our senses of humor and tragedy), and the real lives of real congregations, to proclaim a thoughtful, embodied vision of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
A K M Adam
A.K.M. Adam is an Episcopal priest and academic theologian. He has taught at St. Thomas's Day School, Eckerd College, Princeton Theological Seminary, and Seabury-Western Theological Seminary; and while studying and teaching, he as served parishes in New Haven, Connecticut; Tampa, Florida; New Brunswick, New Jersey; and most recently, St. Luke's Parish, Illinois.