The Rev. Dr. William L. Dols

Denomination: The Episcopal Church (TEC)
Organization: The Episcopal Church

The Rev. William Dols is an Episcopal priest and a noted Bible scholar and interpreter. He is retired and lives in Alexandria, VA.

The Rev. William L. Dols, Ph.D., is an Episcopal priest who, for many years, has served as a seminar leader for The Guild for Psychological Studies in San Francisco, which makes a bridge between the gospel accounts of Jesus of Nazareth and Jungian psychology. He is the editor of The Bible Workbench, a lectionary based small group Bible study resource, published by the Educational Center in St. Louis. He is retired from a ministry of education at Myers Park Baptist Church in Charlotte and lives in Alexandria, Virginia.

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Angry Enough to Die

Friday October 24, 2008
The Rev. Dr. William Dols is an Episcopal priest and a noted Bible scholar and interpreter. He is retired and lives in Alexandria, Va.

An Invitation to Find Ourselves

Friday October 24, 2008
The Rev. Dr. William Dols is an Episcopal priest and a noted Bible scholar and interpreter. He is retired and lives in Alexandria, Va.

Looking for the Kingdom of God Too High Up and Too Far Away

Friday October 24, 2008
The Rev. Dr. William Dols is an Episcopal priest and a noted Bible scholar and interpreter. He is retired and lives in Alexandria, Va.

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An Invitation to Find Ourselves - William Dols on Day1 Sermon Reflections

Friday October 24, 2008
"From the Book of Exodus... When we are comfortable in our bondage, it is our suffering that can set us free.." -- The Rev. Dr. William Dols

An Invitation to Find Ourselves (Part 2) - The Rev. Dr. William Dols on Day1 Sermon Reflections

Friday October 24, 2008
"At the end of a era, marriage, when a relationship that meant everything becomes a nightmare, when career collapses, when hope dies..... your life becomes so upended, with all parts strewn that some parts will be lost forever..."The Rev. Dr. William Dols

Angry Enough To Die - The Rev. Dr. William Dols on Day1 Sermon Reflections

Friday October 24, 2008
"I would like to explore with you the anger that can kill us, we when the world refuses to follow our script... "- The Rev. Dr. William Dols

Angry Enough To Die (Part 2) - The Rev. Dr. William Dols on Day1 Sermon Reflections

Friday October 24, 2008
"There is no footnote or answer at the back of the book, explaining why Jonah is so angry, or telling us will it will lead" -- The Rev. Dr. William Dols