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Lemonade from Lemons: Church Learning From COVID-19

Professors Elizabeth Prodromou and Alexandros Kyrou join Metropolitan Nathanael with reflections on being the church in a time of pandemic. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel here.

Professor Elizabeth Prodromou is an internationally recognized leader on issues of religion and human rights, and a previous Vice Chair and Commissioner on the US Commission on International Religious Freedom. She is a faculty member at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, where she directs the Initiative on Religion, Law, and Diplomacy; she is also co-chair of the Working Group on Christians and Religious Freedom in the Middle East, which began at the Center for American Progress and has continued at the Hudson Institute.

Professor Alexandros Kyrou is a professor of History and the Director of the Program in East European and Russian Studies at Salem State University.


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