Courtlandt Perkins follows up the previous discussion, focusing on the thought of James Cone and his value for Evangelicalism with Dr. Strickland.
Kingdom Diversity Staffer Courtlandt Perkins recaps our last Bagged Lunch Series Discussion "A Tainted Legacy" discussing how we should reconcile the sins of our faith heroes with Dr. Walter Strickland.
With the annual Southern Baptist Convention approaching Dr. Walter Strickland and SEBTS Director of Communications Amy Whitfield answered a series of the most important questions concerning denominational life and how the SBC works. Here is an excerpt on the importance of this content from the book SBC FAQs: A Ready Reference, Amy Whitfield co-authored with Dr. [...]
Pastor D.A. Horton discusses the release of a new marriage resource written by him and his wife Elicia Horton and the need for marriage resources from the minority perspective with Kingdom Diversity Content Strategist Courtlandt Perkins.
This reading and discussion of Frederick Douglass' seminal speech "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?' is closing out our Black History Month Spotlight with Kingdom Diversity staffers Phabienne Anderson and Courtlandt Perkins.
This recap of the February 6th Bagged Lunch Series, Strangers in a Foreign Land: Immigration and the People God, is a summary of the discussion on how we can continue having further dialogue addressing these issues across lines of difference with Dr. Walter Strickland and Courtlandt Perkins.
Dr. Walter Strickland and Courtlandt Perkins discuss how the link conference puts multicultural passion into informed practice. Join us on April 13, 2018! http://kingdomdiversity.sebts.edu/index.php/link-conference/