A streaming video course from Antipas Harris at Seminary Now.
In this course, Harris responds to a list of hot topics from young Americans who struggle with the perception that Christianity is detached from matters of justice, identity, and culture.
HOW IS THE BIBLE GOOD NEWS FOR PEOPLE OF COLOR?
Join Antipas Harris on as he addresses the perception that Christianity is detached from matters of justice, identity, and culture, identifying ways that American evangelicalism may have incubated the race problem. Explore how ethnic diversity has played a powerful role in the formation of the Old and New Testaments and reveals the Bible as a book of justice that promotes equality for all people.
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Antipas L. Harris is the president and dean of Jakes Divinity School and serves on the pastoral staff at The Potter's House in Dallas, Texas. He is an ordained minister, a theological educator, and a musician with degrees from LaGrange College, Candler School of Theology (Emory University), Yale Divinity School, Boston University, and St. Thomas University. Before being appointed to his current role by Bishop T. D. Jakes, Harris founded the Urban Renewal Center in Norfolk, Virginia, where he led initiatives that addressed the intersections of faith, justice, and community development. His objective is to help people overcome distress, reinforce faith, impart comfort through the arts, and provide stability through education. His previous books include The Gifted Worshiper and The Holy Spirit and Social Justice, volumes one and two.
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