The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, Brossman Learning Center
Chris Satullo, formerly a columnist and director of civic engagement at The Philadelphia Inquirer, and now Executive Director of News and Civic Dialogue at Philadelphia public broadcaster WHYY, explored the connections between the media, faith and the public in a lecture entitled "Brood of Vipers: The media, the Gospel and public life" at the Tuesday, November 18 convocation at The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP).
Satullo previously was editorial page editor of The Inquirer, serving in that role for seven years. Before taking the position at WHYY, he was at the paper 19 years. He founded and directed the Inquirer's Citizen Voices program, an effort to engage readers in deeper political dialogue, and wrote a regular column called Center Square.
The media, the Gospel and public life"
introduction by The Rev. Dr. Katie Day,
Charles A. Schieren Professor, Church and Society; Director, Metropolitan/Urban Concentration