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Religion in the Age of Social Distancing

Alan Flurry

The UGA Center for Theologically Engaged Anthropology podcast new episode, "Religion in the Age of Social Distancing," examines the rapid religious changes happening in churches due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In a discussion that includes interviews with Derrick Lemons, director of CTEA and associate professor of religion, and Debra Mason, Professor Emeritus at the University of Missouri, host Lily Baldwin looks at how churches have turned to social media and virtual services to continue ministry while face-to-face meetings are restricted.


Our thanks to CTEA and Lemons for sharing expertise on this important issue.

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