The Reverend Michael B. Curry: Advice for Times Like This Week/Month/Year

October 5th, 2020
TELEMMGLPICT000164014145_3_trans_NvBQzQNjv4BqwtUT54c80eKHJHMfvK9NImtWLkXH92jWt3mkAOR8y98.webpThe world has been through tough times before. Wars, depression, the threat of Armageddon, and racial hatred are all nothing new. And yet something seems different today. Perhaps it’s the result of a generation that focused on the self. The me generation, the culture of selfishness, the enduring power of the work of Ayn Rand and obsessive focus on self esteem. Maybe these things have come together to make this moment as corrosive as it feels. 
 
So what the answer? The Beatles said that “all we need is love.” The Most Reverend Michael B. Curry, the presiding bishop and primate of the Episcopal Church, also thinks love is the answer, but in a less sentimental and more transformative way. Reverend Curry garnered worldwide attention to his idea in his sermon at the wedding of Prince Harry and Megan Markel in May of 2018. 
 
Now he has taken it step further in his new book Love is the Way: Holding on to Hope in Troubling Times 
 
My conversation with Rev. Michael B. Curry:

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