Seminary Dropout 030: Drew Hart on Race, the Church, Anabaptism & Black Theology

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Drew, along with pastoral ministry, is also a PhD student at Lutheran Theological Seminary drewhartat Philadelphia in Theology & Ethics. His research is focused on the intersection of Black theology and Anabaptism. Drew regularly speaks at churches and conferences, confronting racism, systemic oppression, and violence, while continually pleading with Christians to take a stand. Drew is committed to a life that struggles to take Jesus seriously while following him into the world.

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drewgihart.com

Some of the books Drew mentioned in the podcast:

      

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4 thoughts on “Seminary Dropout 030: Drew Hart on Race, the Church, Anabaptism & Black Theology

  1. This was excellent. I love learning and discussing theology from a non-privileged position, be it black theology, feminist theology, etc. I find the themes of liberation and divine justice fascinating within these sorts of frameworks, and there really seems to be a much more integral role for the incarnation here than in some other, less-impacted-by-oppression schools of thought. Thanks for this, Shane and Drew.

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