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The Very Rev. Dr. Ian Markham

The Very Rev. Dr. Ian Markham is the dean of Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, VA.

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Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, VA

The Very Rev. Dr. Ian Markham is the dean and president of Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, VA.

Dr. Markham assumed his duties at VTS in August 2007. An ordained Episcopal priest, he was previously the dean and professor of theology and ethics at Hartford Seminary in Hartford, CT, and before that he was foundation dean and professor of theology and public life at Liverpool Hope University in Liverpool, England.

The author of numerous books and publications, he holds a Ph.D. in Christian Ethics from the University of Exeter, a master's in philosophy and ethics from the University of Cambridge, and a bachelor of divinity in theology from the University of London.

Founded in 1823, Virginia Theological Seminary is the largest of 11 Episcopal seminaries in the United States.


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The Very Rev. Dr. Ian Markham (TEC)

In this Day 1 Podcast Extra, The Very Rev. Dr. Ian Markham, dean of Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, VA., shares his personal insights and experiences.

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The Very Rev. Dr. Ian Markham

How Do We Know What God Is Like?

Matthew 16:13-20

Proper 16 - Year A

August 24, 2008

The Very Rev. Dr. Ian Markham (TEC)

Jesus asked his disciples, "Who do people say that the Son of Man is?"

Let me start with a confession. My eleven-year old son and I love dining in McDonald's. We like French fries. And it was at one particular lunch that we were sitting together discussing the life, universe, and everything. And like you do, we found ourselves musing on the speed of light.

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