Interview with Victoria "Tori" Murden McClure,
Project: Morgan C. Atkinson Documentary Interviews: The Many Storeys and Last Days of Thomas Merton
Interview SummaryVictoria "Tori" Murden McClure, author, scholar, and Spalding University President, discusses Thomas Merton as an intellectual explorer. McClure discusses her introduction to Merton as an author, and shares her thoughts on his work. She also discusses the concept of compassion, and how it related to the idea of competition. McClure then discusses her work studying the theology of adventure, and how she thinks Merton relates to that idea.
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