God in The Great Gatsby
The program opened with a prayer. The Dead Theologians Society hosted this event.
The panelists talked about the morality of the characters in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby. They focused on the religious imagery in the story and the implications of immoral acts committed by the characters. Following their remarks, they answered questions from members of the audience.
The program opened with a prayer. The Dead Theologians Society hosted this event. close
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Randy Kelly Mayor St. Paul, MN
James McConville Pastor Church of St. Peter (North St. Paul, MN)
David Penchansky Assistant Professor University of St. Thomas (St. Paul, MN)->Theology
Ian Punnet Radio Talk Show Host KSTP-Radio
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