Lauren Winner

Lauren Winner is Assistant Professor at Duke Divinity School and author of three great books (and one that I don’t know about, maybe it is great, too). 

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Unfortunately, I have not been able to find a good online compilation of her resources.  So, I’ll try to put one together here, though it isn’t much.

 Audio resources:

Written Articles


Do you know of more resources?  Please comment with them, and I’ll add them to the list.


4 responses to “Lauren Winner

  1. She gave a solid message from the book of Esther at Mars Hill Bible Church. You can get the podcast at iTunes. Thanks for sharing these links.


  2. Hi,
    Thanks for the compilation work. Lauren taught for a week at Regent College this Summer in a room packed with more than 100 students.


  3. I just read your book, Mudhouse Sabbath and absolutely loved it! I am a Christian who has been keeping the seventh day Sabbath that God ordained and made holy in Genesis. I discovered it about 30 years ago and wondered why it took me so long. It’s my favorite day of the week, now. I so much appreciate what you shared about the way the Jewish people honor God’s sabbath. It made me want to light candles and fix a special meal and put on beautiful Christian music to welcome in this special day. I love going to church and having people over for lunch afterward. I enjoyed so much the rest of your book, too, and just wanted to tell you that. God bless!

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