Charlotte Gordon

PRAISE FOR
THE WOMAN WHO NAMED GOD:

“Gordon’s exploration of an ancient Biblical tale is insightful, enriching, and rewarding.”
—ELIE WIESEL, NOBEL LAUREATE
“It did for me what tedious years of Sunday school never accomplished... cast the heart of the biblical narrative into sharp—and entertaining—relief.”
—FRANK SCHAEFFER, AUTHOR OF
CRAZY FOR GOD AND KEEPING FAITH
“...Reveals the complex relationships between recognizably flawed human characters and God.”
—KATE BRAESTRUP, AUTHOR OF
HERE IF YOU NEED ME
“A refreshing viewpoint... Fresh take on an old topic.”
—KIRKUS


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News

LISAR FELLOWSHIP SPEECH: University of Wisconsin, Madison. October 22, 2012, 7:30 pm, Howard Auditorium, 601 University Avenue. Read more at: lisar.lss.wisc.edu/events/TheringFellow_Gordon.html Charlotte appointed the 2012 Sister Rose Thering Fellow
The fellowship is sponsored by the Lubar Institute for the Study of the Abrahamic Religions (LISAR) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. 
Read more.Charlotte interviewed on NPRHear Charlotte talk about Mistress Bradstreet.
listen nowListen to Charlotte on NPR's The Mark Steiner ShowMark Steiner interviews Charlotte in Hour 1 of his award winning show.Charlotte speaks to the Massachusetts Bible SocietyThe Woman Who Named God: Abraham's Dilemma and the Birth of Three Faiths
Read the full article and watch the videoRead an interview with Charlotte on ReligionDispatchesRead the interview

 

Listen to Charlotte’s interviews:

National Public Radio Logo ANNE BRADSTREET: FIRST AMERICAN POET WITH SCOTT SIMON
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Canadian Broadcasting Logo ON THE WOMAN WHO NAMED GOD: JAN. 2009
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New Dimention Media ANCIENT BIBLICAL STORY GIVES US THE SEEDS OF PEACE
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Charlotte joins the Jewish Book NETWORK 2009-2010 Authors Tour. This program brings the finest in Jewish life and literature to local communities throughout North America.