Lectures, Addresses & Papers

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Lectures, Addresses & Papers

  • Fall 2002 lecturer for the Kelley Miller Smith Black Church Institute of Vanderbilt University Divinity School; Spring 2002 Baccalaureate Speaker American Baptist College, lecturer at Benedict College, lecturer at Tuskegee University, lecturer and consultant to the civic and religious leadership of Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • Summer 2001 lecturer and consultant to the civic and religious leadership of Fort Wayne, Indiana; lecturer at Tuskegee University’s Bioethics Center
  • Spring 2000 guest lecturer at American Baptist College
  • Fall 1998 presented a major paper “Artistic Mediums of Jesus Images and Black Church Culture: Personal Reflections and Social Reality” at The Christ Haunted South Conference at Baylor University; Summer 1998 preached at the Religious Coalition Conference on Black Sexuality, Howard University; Spring 1998 lectured on Religion, Sexual Behavior and the Black Church at ITC, collaborated with Dr. Lawrence Carter of Morehouse College to organize a National Conference on Ethics and Black Religious Leadership, presented a paper at the National Conference on Ethics and Black Religious Leadership, lectured at Vanderbilt University Divinity School’s inauguration of the endowment of the Kelly Miller Smith Black Church Institute, served as panelist at the Religious Journalist Conference in Atlanta, lectured on Ethics and Spike Lee’s Film Get On the Bus at Candler School of Theology, Emory University, lectured at the Church Leadership Conference at Benedict College, lectured for the L.K. Williams Institute in Dallas, Texas
  • Spring 1997 delivered Ashland Seminary Commencement address
  • Fall 1995 lectured at Tuskegee University for the Centenary Observance of Booker T. Washington’s 1895 Atlanta Cotton Exposition Address, read paper at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion, lectured for an Emory University Conference on media and film; Summer 1995 lecturer and consultant for the 1995 National Youth Summer Institute on “Ethical Leadership Skills and Values”
  • Fall 1994 lecturer for the First Calvary Baptist Church of Durham, North Carolina on “Ethics, Violence and the Bible”; Summer 1994 Seminar Leader for the Lemoyne/Owen College National Endowment of Humanities Faculty Seminar delivering paper “Democracy and Aristocracy in Higher Education”; main presenter at the Colgate Rochester Divinity School’s Youth Summer Institute, Lecturer at the Atlanta Youth Summer Institute; Spring 1994 addressed the National Baptist Student Union on “Intergenerational Values”, addressed a Tuskegee University group on “The Religio-Ethical Vision of Booker T. Washington”, taught “Ethics, Violence, and the Bible” to a high-crime area after school group of Atlanta high school students, a project financed by President Jimmy Carter’s Atlanta Project
  • Winter 1993 addressed the National Baptist Christian Educators’ Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, lectured on Spike Lee’s film of Malcolm X at the First Baptist Church, Hartford, Connecticut, lectured for the Detroit Branch of the Ashland Theological Seminary
  • Winter 1992 addressed the New York State Black Legislatures’ Caucus on Youth Violence
  • Fall 1991 gave Founder’s Day address for the Center for Black Church Studies and Theology at the Ashland Theological Center, Cleveland, Ohio
  • Fall 1990 lecturer to the Talladega College Faculty Seminar on “The Ethics of Undergraduate Teaching”, delivered the Martin L. King, Jr. Lecture at Berea College, “Martin King As Scholar/Activist”, presented paper at Princeton Theological Seminary,”Hermeneutics and Race”, presented paper at Perkins School of Theology, “A Modern Day Epistle to the African American Church”

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