When Black Female Preachers Speak
Seven Important Conversations with Black Female Theologians
When black female preachers speak we should all listen. The insight and intention provided by black theologians illustrate their ability to bring the history of black culture and religious experience into the life of Christians and the liturgical life of the church. For centuries black mothers have passed on wisdom – in the white world, in the black community, and with men. This wisdom has illustrated how God reveals prophetic word and action for Christian living.
We are proud to offer this collection of conversations with some of the most impactful black voices in the progressive Chrisitan space. We have brought together some important themes coupled with visionary insights from Rev. Jacqui Lewis, Rev. Dr. Karen Georgia Thompson, Rev. Dr. Kelle Brown, Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglass, Rev. Traci Blackmon, Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers, and Bishop Yvette Flunder.
This course contains the following:
In conversation with Cameron Trimble:
- Rev. Jacqui Lewis
- Rev. Dr. Karen Georgia Thompson
- Rev. Traci Blackmon
- Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers
- Bishop Yvette Flunder
In conversation with Rev. Traci Blackmon:
- Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglass
In conversation with Rev. Anna Golladay:
- Rev. Dr. Kelle Brown