Lucinda Mosher (Th.D. ’02) Pens New Book

Lucinda Allen Mosher (Th.D., 2002) is the author of a new study Toward Our LAM-gray-against-red-72dpi,-3-in-croppedMutual Flourishing: The Episcopal Church, Interreligious Relations, and Theologies of Religious Manyness. Mosher’s work tells the story of how the Episcopal Church has faced the opportunities and challenges of religious diversity in relation to its vocation and has developed an official rationale for its ongoing engagement. Mosher teaches high school and college courses on world religions, Islam, Christianity, and America’s religious diversity. She is a Faculty Associate in Interfaith Studies at Hartford Seminary, Assistant Academic Director of the Building Bridges seminars, founding instructor for the University of Michigan-Dearborn’s annual Worldview Seminar, and she also lectures extensively in parishes.