In this episode you get to hear the story of historian, Episcopalian gone Rev., the nature of comparative theology, and the glories of weird Anglican twitter. Very happy to introduce you all to Dan and let you in on a fun conversation.

The Rev. Daniel Joslyn-Siemiatkoski, PhD, is the Duncalf-Villavoso Professor of Church History at the Seminary of the Southwest. His teaching focuses on integrating Anglican and Episcopal identity with the broader sweep of Christian history and Jewish-Christian relations. His research interests include Anglican and Episcopal history, Jewish-Christian relations ancient and modern, the development of Anglican ecclesiology, and comparative theology. He is the author of The More Torah, The More Light: A Christian Commentary on Mishnah Avot and Christian Memories of the Maccabean Martyrs and has authored chapters in various edited volumes and articles in Anglican Theological Review and Anglican and Episcopal History. Professor Joslyn-Siemiatkoski is a representative for The Episcopal Church in the Anglican-Roman Catholic U.S.A. dialogue group and a member of the board of trustees for the Episcopal Evangelism Society and the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church. He serves as an assisting priest at St. David’s Episcopal Church in Austin.

This Episode is Sponsored by the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church.

The Historical Society of the Episcopal Church was organized in 1910 to promote the preservation of the particular heritage of the Episcopal Church and its antecedents. Since 1932 it’s published a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal with original research, book reviews and church reviews. The Society works in cooperation with other organizations to publishing a newsletter of articles and information for the person in the pews. The Society leads the planning of a historically themed conference every three years.

If you have any interest in religious history, you’ll want to check out the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church.