Pastoral Advisor Tom Breeden presents an analysis of C.S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters. The science of polarization is weaved throughout this classic, and its lessons are a teacher for all of us.
Tom is the Pastoral Advisor here at the One America Movement. He is a Teaching Elder in the Presbyterian Church in America and previously served as the Associate Pastor at Grace Community Church in Charlottesville, VA. There he led the church’s efforts in adult discipleship and community engagement.
God fixes broken things, so Tom is passionate about the work of reconciliation. That healing starts with building relationships across divides. But, when he’s not pursuing such lofty goals, he likes watching superhero movies, training martial arts, and hanging out with his dog.
Tom holds a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Virginia, an M.Div. from Reformed Theological Seminary – Washington, D.C., and is currently pursuing a Th.M. in Historical and Theological Studies at Westminster Theological Seminary.
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Pastor Tom Breeden Charlottesville, Virginia Pastoral Advisor Q: You are a pastor by “trade” but what are some of your favorite hobbies in your off time? Are there things about those hobbies that you feel make you better able to serve the Lord? I spend...