How To Be Human: A Podcast about Belief and Healing

Emotional Honesty: Rev Benjamin Perry

March 30, 2020 Rachael Ward / Rev. Benjamin Perry Season 2 Episode 6
How To Be Human: A Podcast about Belief and Healing
Emotional Honesty: Rev Benjamin Perry
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How To Be Human: A Podcast about Belief and Healing
Emotional Honesty: Rev Benjamin Perry
Mar 30, 2020 Season 2 Episode 6
Rachael Ward / Rev. Benjamin Perry

From Rev. Benjamin Perry's New York home he can hear the daily sirens of ambulances arriving at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. He, like many, are coping with the significant loss being experienced within this pandemic. Perry shares the importance of emotional honesty, not just for clergy members, but all humans during this pivotal moment of being human. 

Rev. Benjamin Perry is Minister of Outreach and Media Strategy at Middle Collegiate Church in New York City. Previously he worked as Deputy Director of Communications and Marketing at Union Theological Seminary, and as an editor at Time Inc.

An award-winning writer, his work focuses on the intersection of religion and politics. His byline has appeared in outlets like Slate, The Huffington Post, Sojourners, Bustle and Motherboard and he has appeared on MSNBC, Al Jazeera, and NY1. He holds a degree in psychology from SUNY Geneseo and a Masters of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary. You can follow him on Twitter @FaithfullyBP.

https://www.middlechurch.org
@FaithfullyBP


Episode Aired March 30

Show Notes

From Rev. Benjamin Perry's New York home he can hear the daily sirens of ambulances arriving at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. He, like many, are coping with the significant loss being experienced within this pandemic. Perry shares the importance of emotional honesty, not just for clergy members, but all humans during this pivotal moment of being human. 

Rev. Benjamin Perry is Minister of Outreach and Media Strategy at Middle Collegiate Church in New York City. Previously he worked as Deputy Director of Communications and Marketing at Union Theological Seminary, and as an editor at Time Inc.

An award-winning writer, his work focuses on the intersection of religion and politics. His byline has appeared in outlets like Slate, The Huffington Post, Sojourners, Bustle and Motherboard and he has appeared on MSNBC, Al Jazeera, and NY1. He holds a degree in psychology from SUNY Geneseo and a Masters of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary. You can follow him on Twitter @FaithfullyBP.

https://www.middlechurch.org
@FaithfullyBP


Episode Aired March 30