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RT @NyashaJuniorPractical Theology for Black Churches: Bridging Black Theology & African American Folk Religion… https://t.co/cJGAb8t0D1
Author(s): Allen Verhey, Joseph S. Harvard
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Joseph S. Harvard IIIis Pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Durham, North Carolina. He is a graduate of Columbia Theological Seminary and has been active in community organizations. He has been President of Durham Congregations in Action and the recipient of a number of special awards throughout his ministry including Elna Spaulding Award for community leadership, and the "Keeper of the Dream Award" presented by the Martin Luther King Jr. Steering Committee of the NAACP.
Allen Verheyis Professor of Christian Ethics at Duke Divinity School. He has taught at Hope College and was Director of the Institute of Religion at the Texas Medical Center. He has published a number of books and articles includingThe Great Reversal: Ethics and the New TestamentandReading the Bible in the Strange World of Medicine.
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