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Emory University Hospital

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Sermons at Northside:   Listening for Our Name

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Kristina Robb-Dover, a chaplain at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, has some words of advice to the mainline denomination that ordained her - but only after years of required in-depth psychological testing, as with all their candidates:


SoMA Review - The Good Death - Kristina Robb-Dover

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By Kristina Robb-Dover

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Her trembling hands were clutching the rails of her hospital bed, bracing for a struggle, her frail, matchstick legs thrashing against an invisible foe; and, while, by this point in her decline, Lois could not talk, she frantically peered out at me from between a pair of sunken cheeks.
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Kristina Robb-Dover is a chaplain at Emory University Hospital and is preparing for ordination in the Presbyterian Church.


SoMA Review - Are Marriages Made in Heaven, or Hell? - John D. Spalding and Kristina Robb-Dover

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By John D. Spalding and Kristina Robb-Dover

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Kristina Robb-Dover is a chaplain at Emory University Hospital and is preparing for ordination in the Presbyterian Church. Her last article for SoMA was The Good Death.


Sermons at Northside:   Listening for Our Name

www.northsidepres.org [cached]

Kristina Robb-Dover, a chaplain at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, has some words of advice to the mainline denomination that ordained her , but only after years of required in-depth psychological testing, as with all their candidates:


SoMA Review - The Therapeutic Gospel

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Kristina Robb-Dover on September 5, 2005 07:55 PM EST writes:

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Kristina Robb-Dover on August 31, 2005 02:32 PM EST writes:
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Kristina on August 26, 2005 12:57 PM EST writes: clarifications- sour grapes
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Chuck M: I don't know Robb-Dover, but "sour grapes" didn't occur to me as I read her piece. We're talking about playing a childhood tickling game and reading "The Hobbitt" as the basis for a diagnosis of "slightly repressed anger and sexuality issues" and a prescription of " a couple years of therapy" with a "seasoned male therapist." I think the writer might be forgiven if she didn't write a puff piece about a process that worked for you. .................................................................................................................................... Chuck M on August 26, 2005 12:08 PM EST writes: I am a graduate of Sewanee and a priest in the Episcopal Church. I knew Ms. Robb-Dover for a short time while at Sewanee. I find her accusations of the process for ordination a bit of sour grapes. By SUBMITTING yourself to this process you and the church partner in the discernment process. Ms Robb-Dover surely should understand that it is within community that those who wish to serve in Christ's Church as ordained persons test their call. The process is not perfect. The process is extermely difficult. In essence you are putting your heart's desire in the hands of other people. But the process works. There is a reason for the hurdles to jump. I can appreciate Ms. Robb-Dover's epxerience, and can sypathize with her, but while she knocks the Episcopal Church for it's shortcomings and ordination process maybe she should do some navel gazing as well.
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Kristina, you couldn't have said it better!
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Kristina Robb-Dover on August 23, 2005 04:16 PM EST writes: All of these remarks have been edifying. Thank you!

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