Feb
7
7:00 PM19:00

HBCU Tour | Grambling University

The Grambling University stop on our HBCU tour will feature Lisa Fields, Dr. David Daniels and Ekemini Uwan. The event will open with a talk back session where students will be allowed to voice their thoughts concerning Christianity. Then we will have a lively discussion about Christianity and slavery, Africans in Christian history, white Jesus and much more. The night will end will Q & A. 

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HBCU Tour | Benedict College
Nov
8
6:00 PM18:00

HBCU Tour | Benedict College

  • Benedict College (Antisdel Chapel) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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The Benedict College stop on our HBCU tour will feature Lisa Fields, Dr. David Daniels and Ernest Grant II. The event will open with a talk back session where students will be allowed to voice their thoughts concerning Christianity. Then we will have a lively discussion about Christianity and slavery, Africans in Christian history, white Jesus and much more. The night will end will Q & A. 

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Courageous Conversations | Chicago, IL
Sep
3
7:30 AM07:30

Courageous Conversations | Chicago, IL

Courageous Conversations pairs African American voices trained at conservative evangelical seminaries or divinity schools with African American voices trained at mainline seminaries or divinity schools to discuss controversial topics. 

We will have our first national Courageous Conversations event in Chicago, IL at the Historic Progressive Baptist Churchon Monday, September 3, 2018. We will have 24 scholars and pastors to discuss topics like justice, the authority of scripture, sexuality, and gospel preaching. 

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African Americans & Theology | St. Louis, Mo
Aug
1
to Aug 2

African Americans & Theology | St. Louis, Mo

  • Covenant Theological Seminary - Buswell Library Rm 111 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The City Ministry Initiative of Covenant Theological Seminary and the Jude 3 Project will host a round table discussion exploring past, present and future approaches to theology by people of color. Orthodox African-American scholars of biblical and theological studies will lead a discussion on how black Christians can be faithful to the Bible as they carry out the task of theology in the church and academia today.

This event is free and open to all.

 

Panelists:

  • Dr. Vincent Bacote (Wheaton College)
  • Dr. Vince Bantu (Covenant Theological Seminary)
  • Dr. Duane Belgrave (Biblical Theological Seminary)
  • Lisa Fields, MDiv (Jude 3 Project, moderator)
  • Dr. Nicholas Rowe (Gordon College)
  • Dr. Cleotha Robertson (Alliance Theological Seminary)
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HBCU Tour | Southern University
Mar
6
7:00 PM19:00

HBCU Tour | Southern University

  • Southern University | Smith Brown Memorial Union Coalition Ballroom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Southern stop on our HBCU tour will feature Lisa Fields, Dr. Vince Bantu and Sho Baraka. The event will open with a talk back session where students will be allowed to voice their thoughts concerning Christianity. Then we will have a lively discussion about Christianity and slavery, Africans in Christian history, white Jesus and much more. The night will end will Q & A. 

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HBCU Tour | Clark Atlanta University
Apr
11
3:00 PM15:00

HBCU Tour | Clark Atlanta University

  • Clark Atlanta University | Thomas W. Cole Research Center for Science & Technology (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Clark Atlanta stop on our HBCU tour will feature Lisa Fields, Dr. Vince Bantu and Sho Baraka. The event will open with a talk back session where students will be allowed to voice their thoughts concerning Christianity. Then we will have a lively discussion about Christianity and slavery, Africans in Christian history, white Jesus and much more. The night will end will Q & A. 

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HBCU Tour | Bethune Cookman University
Feb
6
6:00 PM18:00

HBCU Tour | Bethune Cookman University

  • Bethune Cookman University | Gertrude Heyn Chapel (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The first stop of our HBCU tour featuring Lisa Fields, Dr. Vince Bantu and Sho Baraka. The event will open with a talk back session where students will be allowed to voice their thoughts concerning Christianity. Then we will have a lively discussion about Christianity and slavery, Africans in Christian history, white Jesus and much more. The night will end will Q & A. 

 
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