Black History Month Chapel & Community Forum Conversation



Perspectives on the Scope of Theology Today: An African American Paradigm

In observance of Black History Month we are privileged to hear from Dr. Carl Ellis, for many years the co-pastor of the groundbreaking New City Fellowship (PCA) in Chattanooga. Currently a visiting lecturer at RTS, Carl has served in campus (Tom Skinner Associates), prison (Prison Fellowship) and educational (Center for Urban Theological Studies, Westminster Theological Seminary) ministries. Subjects of his written works have ranged from Black Liberation Theology to Nation of Islam to the intersections of the civil rights movement and biblical Christianity. He holds degrees from Hampton University (B.A.), Westminster Theological Seminary (M.A.R.) and Oxford Graduate School (D.Phil.). Dr. Ellis will speak in the morning chapel on February 22 and be the guest interviewee at the community lunch that day.

To RSVP for the lunch, please contact Kim Sutter at ksutter@rts.edu.

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