Episode 67: Greg Wolfe
Writer, editor, publisher, and teacher, Gregory Wolfe has been called “one of the most incisive and persuasive voices of our generation” (Ron Hansen). Both as a thinker and institution-builder, Wolfe has been a pioneer in the resurgence of interest in the relationship between art and religion—a resurgence that has had widespread impact both on religious communities and the public square. As an advocate for the tradition of Christian Humanism, Wolfe has established a reputation as an independent, non-ideological thinker—at times playing the role of gadfly but ultimately seeking to be a reconciler and peacemaker.
Special Guest: Greg Wolfe.
- Homepage: Greg Wolfe
- New York Encounter 2022 Panel: “I cannot say ‘I’ if I do not say ‘you’” | Klay, Mooney, Williams, & Wolfe — A presentation of The Meaning of Birth, a conversation between Fr. Luigi Giussani, founder of Communion and Liberation, and Giovanni Testori, playwright. Featuring panelists Phil Klay, author; Margarita Mooney, Associate Professor of Congregational Studies, Princeton Theological Seminary; Rowan Williams, theologian; and Greg Wolfe, writer and managing director of Slant Books.
- 2004 CEC Fall Conference Keynote: "Shouts or Whispers? Faith and Doubt in Contemporary American Literature" — Keynote Address by Gregory Wolfe for the fifth annual fall conference, "Epiphanies of Beauty," held November 18-20, 2004.
- Slant Books — Slant is an independent, not-for-profit literary press specializing in fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, philosophy, and belles lettres. Slant books are marked by the kind of meticulous craft and passion for language that are harder and harder to come by in our age of instant publishing and literary gimmickry. These are books that will lodge themselves in readers’ lives.
- Theme Song: "I Dunno," by grapes — I dunno by grapes (c) copyright 2008 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. Ft: J Lang, Morusque