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Greg Garrett

Columnist

Creative Writing, Literary Criticism, Film and Theology

Greg Garrett is (according to BBC Radio) one of America's leading voices on religion and culture. He is the author or co-author of over twenty books of fiction, theology, cultural criticism, and spiritual autobiography. His most recent books are The Prodigal, written with the legendary Brennan Manning, Entertaining Judgment: The Afterlife in Popular Imagination, and My Church Is Not Dying: Episcopalians in the 21st Century. A contributor to Patheos since 2010, Greg also writes for the Huffington Post, Salon.com, OnFaith, The Tablet, Reform, and other web and print publications in the US and UK.

Faithful Citizenship

Why the Inklings Still Matter in 2015: An Interview with Carol and Philip Zaleski on The Fellowship

In this exclusive interview for Patheos, the Zaleskis explain their attraction to the Inklings and help us understand why one more book on the group matters. Read More »

Stepping Bravely Into the Future: A Conversation with Bishop Andy Doyle on the Episcopal Church, Part Two

"You and I have been called for just such a time as this. This is our vision. This is our time. This is our opportunity to write the legacy of the Church of God and how it responded to this era and this context." Read More »

Denomination, Community, and Culture: A Conversation with Bishop Andy Doyle on the Episcopal Church, Part One

"Every Sunday people choose us. So I believe it is important to understand why they are choosing us and to embrace the best part of ourselves as Episcopalians." Read More »

Hating the Duggars

As much as I love hating the Duggars and love crowing about how much better I am, I too am a bigot. And a hypocrite. Read More »

We Are All the Ages We Have Ever Been: An Interview with Rachel Held Evans

"I attend an Episcopal church, but I still carry with me attitudes and convictions from my evangelical upbringing. Evangelicalism is like my religious mother tongue. I could no more 'walk away' from evangelicalism than I could 'walk away' from my parents." Read More »

Living the Questions: Doing Episcopal Theology

Here's how to read and understand the Bible, the Anglican "middle" way. Read More »

Recent Articles

Why the Inklings Still Matter in 2015: An Interview with Carol and Philip Zaleski on The Fellowship

In this exclusive interview for Patheos, the Zaleskis explain their attraction to the Inklings and help us understand why one more book on the group matters. Read More »

Stepping Bravely Into the Future: A Conversation with Bishop Andy Doyle on the Episcopal Church, Part Two

"You and I have been called for just such a time as this. This is our vision. This is our time. This is our opportunity to write the legacy of the Church of God and how it responded to this era and this context." Read More »

Denomination, Community, and Culture: A Conversation with Bishop Andy Doyle on the Episcopal Church, Part One

"Every Sunday people choose us. So I believe it is important to understand why they are choosing us and to embrace the best part of ourselves as Episcopalians." Read More »

Hating the Duggars

As much as I love hating the Duggars and love crowing about how much better I am, I too am a bigot. And a hypocrite. Read More »

We Are All the Ages We Have Ever Been: An Interview with Rachel Held Evans

"I attend an Episcopal church, but I still carry with me attitudes and convictions from my evangelical upbringing. Evangelicalism is like my religious mother tongue. I could no more 'walk away' from evangelicalism than I could 'walk away' from my parents." Read More »

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