Lenten Speaker Series: Fleming Rutledge

March 29, 2017

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Fleming will preach at noonday prayer at 12:30pm in the Cathedral (lunch before and after) and will speak at a presentation at 6:30pm in Satterlee Hall.  Supper will be served at 6pm.

The Rev’d Fleming Rutledge is known throughout Protestant denominations of the US, and she has preached often in prominent pulpits such as the Washington National Cathedral, Trinity Church in Boston, and the Harvard Memorial Chapel. She explores the intersection of Biblical theology with contemporary culture, current events, literature, music and art. She is the author of eight books, the most recent being The Crucifixion:Understanding the Death of Jesus Christ.  This acclaimed work was named Book of the Year for 2017 by Christianity Today magazine. Other books by Fleming include And God Spoke to Abraham, The Bible and the New York Times, and Not Ashamed of the Gospel. Fleming is a native of Franklin, VA.  She and her husband live in Rye Brook, NY.  They have two daughters and two grandchildren.