Phabienne Anderson provides insight on the importance of cross-cultural discipleship and how diverse perspectives come to bear on it with Courtlandt Perkins.
A Middle Eastern Jesus and Why it Matters [Part I] “The Christ of history is the Christ of faith” is a rightly accepted evangelical affirmation in response to the Quest for the Historical Jesus in the academy. God the Son – the second person of the Holy Trinity – took on humanity as Jesus of Nazareth [...]
Dr. Miguel Echeverria helps us think through doing theology from a Hispanic perspective and what we can learn from the Mañana theology of Justo Gonzalez for all people with Courtlandt Perkins.
Post as seen on The Gospel Coalition on December 7, 2017 by Kingdom Diversity Content Strategist Courtlandt Perkins Harry Hoosier, or Black Harry as he preferred, is one of the greatest preachers ever forgotten. Hoosier was the first African-American religious figure to gain national prestige. One Declaration of Independence signatory called him “the greatest orator in [...]