African American Pentecostal Traditions presented by Dr. Lewis Brogdon.
Tuesday at 7:00 PM EDT
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Join Louisville Seminary and Black Church Studies on Tuesday, March 15 from 7-8:30 pm ET, for part 1 of the 2022 Edwards Peacemaking Lectureship. Dr. Lewis Brogdon will be providing an in-depth history of African American Pentecostal Traditions.
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
ABOUT DR. BROGDON:
Dr. Lewis Brogdon serves as the Associate Professor of Preaching and Black Church Studies and Director of the Institute for Black Church Studies at the Baptist Seminary of Kentucky. He has served in numerous positions in undergraduate and graduate institutions like Simmons College of Kentucky, Claflin University, Bluefield College, and Louisville Seminary as a professor and administrator. Brogdon is an accomplished writer. He is the author of several books such as A Companion to Philemon (Cascade 2018), The Spirituality of Black Preaching (Seymour Press 2016), The New Pentecostal Message? (Cascade 2015), Dying to Lead: The Disturbing Trend of Clergy Suicide (Seymour Press 2015), Hope on the Brink
(Cascade 2013) and No Longer a Slave but a Brother (Scholars Press 2013). As a regular contributor to Christian Ethics Today, Virginia Capital Connections Quarterly, Black Politics Today and The Courier Journal, Brogdon authors articles and op eds for both academic and non-academic audiences. He is also a public intellectual and sought-out preacher, lecturer, consultant, political advisor, and panelist.
*During the registration process, you will have an opportunity to make an optional donation to Louisville Seminary. If you have any questions or need assistance registering, please contact Kassandra Turpin, Director of Communications, at [email protected].