Sophia is the Greek word for wisdom and within the story of Christianity, different traditions – such as the Eastern Orthodox Church – have adopted the feminine imagery of Sophia as an icon of wisdom. I have chosen Sophia as the name of this podcast series because of the people I’ve chosen to interview; I believe, as they share glimpses of their journeys with our Triune Creator, they are voices of wisdom that we all can learn from in this podcast series – as each of them have profoundly spoken into my life; I encourage you have a listen and let their wisdom seep into your pores.
Crystal St. Marie Lewis is the eleventh interview for the Sophia Series that is featured here on the Whiskey Preacher. Crystal writes a blog called Diary of a Christian Universagnosticostal. She’s known for her candid (and often edgy) perspectives on theology, postmodernism, faith infused with reason, the state of Christianity, and what she calls “radical religious pluralism.” She describes herself as “incurably curious” and says that skepticism is a calling, but not a curse. Crystal resides in Washington, DC where she is currently in seminary pursuing a Master of Divinity. (Email: Crystal.Lewis07@gmail.com // Twitter: @CrystalLewis). Thanks for popping by. Now sit back, relax, and enjoy the podcast.