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The Rev. Benjamin Anthony

The Rev. Benjamin Anthony is a member of the cohort of Fellows in Theology and Practice at the Divinity School of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. He was formerly the Episcopal Chaplain to Emory University in Atlanta, GA.

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The Rev. Benjamin Anthony

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Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, GA

The Rev. Benjamin Anthony is a member of the cohort of Fellows in Theology and Practice and working on a Ph.D. degree at the Divinity School of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN.

He was the Episcopal Chaplain to Emory University from October 2007 to May 2009. In this role he served as a pastor to the university's students and faculty on behalf of the Diocese of Atlanta. 

Earlier Ben served as associate priest for youth and young adults at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Atlanta.

Ben grew up in Kokomo, IN, and is a graduate of Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN. He received a master of divinity degree from Emory's Candler School of Theology in 2003.


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The Rev. Benjamin Anthony - Day1 Podcast Extra

The Rev. Benjamin Anthony (TEC)

The Rev. Benjamin Anthony talks with Day1 host Peter Wallace about his ministry with youth and how the church can deal with youth culture.

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Neither Heaven nor Hell

John 15:1-8

5th Sunday of Easter - Year B

May 10, 2009

The Rev. Benjamin Anthony (TEC)

When you turn a television's color contrast up to an extreme, the resulting picture is lurid, garishly distorted into unnatural hues and forms. Whatever was originally there to view and to enjoy disappears into a horror show of color and obscurity. Any reading of scripture is liable to a dramatic turn of its color contrast, a liability that is made more dangerous when such distorted readings are presented as episodes that have been recorded in pristine high-definition fidelity. Rendered in extreme tones, Jesus' parable of the vine and the branches can be read as filled with the threat and malice of eternal punishment. Seen without distortion it is a beautiful illustration of what a faithful life can be patterned after.

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May 03, 2009

A Visitor, a Mapmaker and a Banquet

The Rev. Benjamin Anthony (TEC)

The Rev. Benjamin Anthony, Episcopal chaplain to Emory University in Atlanta, GA, takes a fresh look at the meaning of Psalm 23 in this sermon for the 4th Sunday of Easter.
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April 26, 2009

Folding Screens and Forgiveness

The Rev. Benjamin Anthony (TEC)

The Rev. Benjamin Anthony, Episcopal chaplain to Emory University in Atlanta, GA, recounts the story of the resurrected Christ's appearance to the disciples, and draws lessons on forgiveness from it.